Home Rumor WSJ: iPhone 7 to start from 32GB model


The 16GB is forever not enough for an iPhone user because the space is so less. Latest news from WSJ suggests that the Cupertino based company is ready to ditch the 16GB model from its upcoming iPhones.

WSJ reported that Apple will start the base model of iPhone 7 from 32GB followed by 128GB and 256GB. In other words, the 64GB will no longer available as well and the largest internal storage is up to 256GB. The current iPhone 6S and 6S Plus come in 16GB, 64GB and 128GB models.

Apart from the internal storage, the iPhone 7 will maintain a similar design to the iPhone 6 and 6S, but with additional features such as dual-camera sensor in larger size. Furthermore, Apple is ready to scrap the headphone jack and the new headphone will exploit the lightning port.

This is definitely a good news for Apple fan boy as 16GB is not enough for daily usage. However, this could be a good reason for Apple to increase the base price of its upcoming iPhones. We’ll see.

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