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iPhone 7 to Start at 32GB of Storage, Replacing 16GB Base Model

I like the fact that the iPhone 7 will probably be a thinner iPhone 6s model. This sounds appealing to me. I always liked the design of the iPod touch. It is light and thin and has the right size to use it with one hand. 
In a wide-ranging commentary piece about why now is a bad time to buy a new iPhone, The Wall Street Journal has confirmed that the iPhone 7 will start with 32GB of storage, replacing the infamous 16GB base tier offered since the iPhone 5.

The new iPhones are expected to have more storage for those photos. Instead of 16GB as a starting point for the entry-level iPhone, the new starting point will be 32GB, according to a person familiar with Apple’s iPhone plans. Hallelujah! I’ve long said that keeping the 16GB iPhone was just a ploy for Apple to get people to buy the 64GB model—for $100 extra.

The bump from 16GB to 32GB of entry-level storage has already been widely rumored by multiple Asian sources connected with Apple’s supply chain, but confirmation from The Wall Street Journal makes the claim much more credible.

Two of the three storage options for iPhone 7 will likely be 32GB and 128GB, while multiple sources have said that at least the larger Plus-sized 5.5-inch model will…

Read the entire article from MacRumors here: iPhone 7 to Start at 32GB of Storage, Replacing 16GB Base Model


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