The entry-level version of the new iPhone will remain at its small 16GB storage size, according to reports.
Many had hoped that the cheapest handset would see its internal storage upgraded to 32GB, to make space for the bigger files and increased amounts of media that people store on their device, and to respond to complaints about them being too easy to fill up.
But Apple appears to be focusing more on encouraging users to store data on their servers, in the cloud, rather than using the iPhone’s storage.
Android switchers are giving iPhone sales a boost as Apple gears up to unveil the next iPhones in coming weeks.
Android devices continue to dominate handset sales in Europe but owners on older models are switching to iPhone, fuelling sales of Apple mobiles.
Just over a quarter (27 percent) of iPhone buyers across Europe’s biggest five markets have switched from an Android device in the three months to July, according to the latest smartphone sales figures by Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.
One of the criticisms regularly leveled at smartphone makers if their phones have become too thin. Predictably Apple has been on the receiving end of a lot of this as every new iPhone has been thinner than the last. Until now…
The ever reliable MacRumours has now confirmed rumours that have been floating around for months: the iPhone 6S will indeed be larger than the iPhone 6.
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