Many will argue that Apple is one of the best at paying attention to customer complaints, and providing updates to their products that adhere to these issues. Of all customer complaints, iPhone’s lack of storage space has been a paramount issue for years. This is why, according to The Wall Street Journal, Apple’s next iPhone, which is due to release this fall, will start at 32GB, ditching the dreaded 16GB models.
According to the Journal’s source, the next iPhone will come in 32GB, 128GB and 256GB models — likely due, at least in part, to the expected camera improvements that will accompany the next iPhone.
The latest report is in line with earlier reports that also suggested Apple’s next iPhone will top out at 256GB of storage (though at least one of those reports claim only the larger iPhone 7 Plus will be available in a 256GB option.
So it looks like the days of deleting your millions of selfies, choosing between removing your favorite albums and choosing between mobile games could be coming to an end. Now these are only rumors, and there are always many pre-release, but these seem realistic and a natural progression for the much beloved phone. Now if only they could make more durable screens..