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Monday, 11 July 2016

No more initial storage 16GB iPhone in July

Over the last few days Apple has been the focus of a lot of reports and rumors about what the future holds for you in the next models of the iPhone. To highlight one of them, The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple plans to include 32 GB initials iPhone 7.

The Wall Street Journal reported that the base model for Apple iPhone (iPhone 7) includes 32 gigabytes of storage. What this does is confirm the rumors surrounding as to the initial storage capacity of the iPhone 7, and so far the models have come with an initial minimum of 16 GB.

The report does not specify whether the rest of the line smartphone will be affected by this measure, although there have been rumors that Apple will offer a new high-end model with a storage capacity of 256 gigabytes. Currently, the iPhone 6s has a maximum storage configuration of 128 gigabytes.

It seems that the Cupertino company takes these measures because they understood that in these times, about 16 GB are not enough.

A large portion of smartphones Apple does not include the 32 gigabytes default and because the memories have become cheaper cost and size of applications, operating systems and multimedia files have become bigger, continue the initial configuration of 16 GB it has become impractical. It is also expected to update the iPhone this year include greatly improved cameras, while the permanent availability of 4K videos on the iPhone can also consume much storage quickly.

Apple is expected to release the long-awaited iPhone 7 in September. The new model would include a next-generation processor "A10" and eliminate the headphone jack of 3.5 mm to design slimmer iPhone.

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