iPhone 7 rumours: New iPhone's storage could be increased to 256GB
If you're one of those people who spends their life deleting photos to free up space on your iPhone, your prayers could be answered this September.
Apple is reported to be planning to add a 256GB model to PC0-001 its repertoire this September, in what could be an iPhone 7 Plus, or entirely new iPhone Pro model.
Rumours have been circulating around Apple's intentions to unveil three 70-410dumps iPhones in September - the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and an all-new high-end iPhone Pro with two cameras.
Chinese site Bastille Post, which uploaded an image of 70-459 an iPhone with dual rear-facing lenses and a smart connector on its rear which had previously only been seen on the iPad Pro, said the capacity of the model would be upped from 128GB to 256GB. A second Chinese site MyDrivers also reported the new storage size in 70-464 January.
The picture depicts a dual-lens enclosure and smart connector on the phone's back Credit: Bastille Post Given that Samsung, which manufactures the processors used in iPhones, announced the 70-513 industry's first 256GB storage module in February, this is one of the more likely rumours we've seen in recent times.
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In the meantime, the Californian company is rumoured to be 70-642 preparing to showcase a new 4-inch iPhone, believed to be called the iPhone SE, a new 9.7-inch downscaled iPad Pro and new straps for the Apple Watch on March 21.
Another of the most persistent iPhone 7 rumours surrounds the 70-684 removal of the jack in an effort to make the device marginally slimmer.
The decision to remove the headphone jack would prove a controversial one. The company would presumably include new wireless headphones with the new handset, or a pair of A2010-505dumps headphones which connect to the phone through a lightning connector. Third parties have been able to create lightning connector headphones since June 2014 when Apple extended its Made-for-iPhone licensing programme.
Leaked images claiming to show the rear of the iPhone 7 depict a circular A2030-280 camera lens flush with the aluminium alloy body (unlike the iPhone 6s' lens, which protrudes) and redesigned plastic antenna strips which only run across the upper and lower edges of the handset, instead of horizontally across the width.
How the plastic antenna bands could appear, alongside a A4040-226 more streamlined camera lens Credit: www.nowhereelse.f
The iPhone 7 represents an important moment in Apple's history. The company has reportedly slashed production levels of the iPhone 6s and partner unit the 6s Plus by a third amid fears of slowing demand for the 'fallow year' s models, despite initial sales of more than 13 million units within three days of A4040-332 availability.
The iPhone 7 will have to contain more innovative peoplecert pc0-001 hardware changes to persuade legions of fans to buy it, as developing markets reach increasing levels of saturation as the economy shifts from a buy to an upgrade cycle.