In the very next month Apple is going to launch its upcoming iPhone 8 and rumors related with the device are continue to spread on internet creating excitement for the Apple lovers. In the series of rumors and leaks of the iPhone 8 the new one which now leaked is the storage capacity of the device. According to the report of Chinese poster GeekBar, the upcoming iPhone 8 will come with three storage capacity options.                                                                                                                                                                 

     More Storage Option In Upcoming iPhone Models

The base model of the iPhone is supposed to have 64GB, the middle one is 256GB and the high end model will come with 512GB storage option. All three iPhone models will have 3Gb RAM with all new A11 chip. The upcoming iPhone models will have double storage capacity as compared to the previously launched iPhone 7 lineup which have 32GB, 128GB and 256GB storage option. Apple has finally ditched the option of 16GB storage with its all iPhone lineups. Earlier, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo also hinted the  64GB and 256GB variant in upcoming iPhone.

According to the reports from source the name of manufactures of the memory unit has also revealed which suggests the Sandisk and Toshiba is the manufacturer of 64GB and 256GB storage while the 512GB storage unit is manufactured by Samsung and Hynix.

The demand of high storage capacity is always being high among the users as they want more space in their device to store more photos, music, video and many apps that are very much needed for the users to run their favorite tasks. Apple has already introduced the option of 512GB storage in its iPad pro models in this year now the company is moving forward with introducing the same in its iPhone lineups. It will be good to see the iPhones in more storage capacity option as the demand of the high space is keep on going among the customers.




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