WSJ: minimum storage amount is 32GB iPhone 7

Jul

6

2016

Apple doubles the minimum storage volume on the iPhone from 16 to 32GB, claiming the usually well-informed American newspaper The Wall Street Journal. It is not known what other storage quantities will offer the manufacturer.

The Wall Street Journal basing itself gets to claim that the entry-level version of the iPhone 7 32GB instead of 16GB, on a person who is familiar with Apple’s plans. The WSJ regularly publishes accurate information about future Apple products and it is suspected that the newspaper this information gets admitted himself played the iPhone maker.

With the doubling of the minimum amount of storage, Apple is addressing one of the major criticisms of the entry-level iPhone. Which in almost all high-end smartphones 32GB is commonplace, Apple held hose to 16GB. Because Apple also offers only 64GB- or 128GB versions, the lack of a 32GB iPhone was seen as a marketing ploy to entice users to switch to the more expensive versions with more storage capacity.

It is not known whether Apple will soon offer models with 64 and 128GB alongside the 32GB iPhone or 128 and 256GB. The arrival of the latter option were already rumors appeared. Those rumors also speak of a design for the iPhone 7, which is virtually identical to that of the iPhone 6. In addition, almost certainly disappear 3.5mm mini jack for audio, there may be a black version and the camera would be improved. It is expected that Apple will announce the iPhone 7 models in September.

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