With the advent of iPhone 6s and camera 12Mpx / 4K, it became even more apparent that the 16GB base model are clearly insufficient. For several years, before the release of a new iPhone the possibility that pass the entry model to have 32GB, something that also happened in 2015 with the iPhone 6s but as we all have seen, it was not valued. We are in 2016, we talk about the iPhone 7 and, again, we have to discuss this possibility.
This year there is again talk that input model iPhone 7/ 7Plus will be 32GB, but not only that: according TrendForce, the other two models also seen as storage bends, making disappearance of the 64GB model and spend more or less on the 32GB, 128GB and 256GB option.
Apple is likely to make changes to the storage options for iPhone 7. The 64GB version, which has been the most popular option in previous generations, may be discontinued and replaced by the 128GB version, though this decision has yet to be finalized. On the other hand, Apple is certain to raise the maximum storage option to 256GB so that iPhone 7 will have the highest NAND Flash density of the entire series.
What is not clear from the publication of TrendForce 256B is whether these will also be available for the 4.7-inch model. As you all know, the iPhone 7 Plus/Pro come with advanced features such as a dual camera or Smart Connector, so the possibility that this “iPhone Pro” is the only not ruled out have available the option of 256GB.
If this new data is asserted, this would be one of the most requested modifications by California-based clients. It should be noted that currently 16GB versions remain bound to perform many functions we do daily. With the App Store that Apple offers so varied, that version would be designed for very undemanding users.
In September, the new iPhone with twice the storage, it remains to be seen what price to sell the iPhone 7 Plus / Pro. In recent years we have seen the price of apple smartphone increased over previous years, so we can think of three things: the first is that this year will see a further rise in price. The second is that, considering that Tim Cook has acknowledged that the iPhone is an expensive device, take advantage of the increased storage to keep the price. The latter is what we would like to see everyone, but the least likely: given the words of Tim Cook, in Cupertino decide lower prices.