It seems that this year Apple decided to update the maximum capacity of 256GB iPhone, according to report published by TrendForce . Most shared the details in the report TrendForce already been reported, including 3GB of RAM only for the 5.5 - inch model iPhone 7 Plus.
But the report found that Apple apparently plans to offer a maximum capacity of 256 gigabytes, for the new iPhone update this year. In addition, the option of 256 gigabytes apparently will be available for both the iPhone 7 and for the older brother.
While TrendForce believes the option of 256 gigabytes is a certainty, the remaining capacity options can not be confirmed yet. Today's report indicated that the Cupertino company is not yet sure if will take the capacity of 64 gigabytes and replace it with the version of 128 gigabytes.
The decisions apparently been taken by a drop in the price of flash memory from the second half of 2015.
Separately, there is a possibility that the new storage capacity entry level for the "iPhone 7" is 32 gigabytes, abandoning the initial 16 gigabytes.
TrendForce reaffirms that only the iPhone 7 Plus will have a 5.5 inch dual camera new module in the rear.
This is consistent with previous reports suggesting that the smaller 4.7-inch model will maintain a single lens.
Apart from these changes, the research firm expects the iPhone 7 will be largely identical to its predecessors, the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6, so Apple will continue to implement the same LCD technology this year panel before updating an OLED for the next iPhone in 2017.
Due to the lack of a major redesign of the device outside, TrendForce believes the iPhone production for 2016 will reach 216.5 million units.