With more and more apps, videos and photos planted into iPhone, the low storage of iPhone has been complained a lot. And Apple has paid great attention to this in recent iPhone releases since iPhone 7. According to the latest reports from TrendForce, the upcoming new iPhone – let’s call it iPhone 8 currently (since it might be iPhone 7S or any other name Apple likes), will dump its low-storage options and directly start from 64GB in storage, with the top storage being 256GB for saving photos, video clips, and apps.
Actually, this isn’t the first time that Apple has abandoned low-storage option and improved the storage to higher level. When Apple released the iPhone 7, it ditched the 16GB-storage iPhone and started from the 32GB version. Now, the next generation of iPhone is reportedly to abandon the 32GB option and provide even higher storage from 64GB.