Apple iPhone 13 coming with 1 TB storage on Sept 14, claims analyst
Apple iPhone 13 is set to arrive with updated hardware specifications at Apple’s California Streaming event that is scheduled for September 14, and now an analyst has claimed Apple will launch the first iPhone variant with 1 TB of storage. The iPhones concerned may be iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.
Apple iPhone 13 launch is all set for September 14, and the company's California Streaming event could feature the arrival of a variety of devices. These include the iPhone 13 series, a new Apple Watch Series 7, the AirPods 3, along with any other devices that Apple may be planning to announce at the event. Over the weekend, an analyst has revealed that the more expensive iPhone 13 models could come with a massive 1TB storage option, making them the first iPhone models to ship with one terabyte of storage.
According to a report by 9to5Mac, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo noted in an investor report that the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max could come with 1TB of storage, while the regular iPhone 13 and the smaller iPhone 13 mini could drop the 64 GB base variant and arrive in storage variants of 128GB and above up to 512 GB.
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There have been several leaks of the iPhone 13 so far, but we will only know what Apple has in store for customers once the company officially launches the devices at its California Streaming event tomorrow. It appears that Apple could keep the same four phone lineup from last year, while bringing better camera quality, especially for video and video calls as well as photographing the sky at night.
Readers might also be concerned about the impact of the global chip crisis, but the report claims that the analyst thinks shipments could see a limited impact, even though there might be supply chain shortages. Apart from the iPhone 13, Apple could also release a new Apple Watch 7 series, the AirPods 3, and other hardware at the event. Users who want to tune into the event can do so from the comfort of their homes – Apple is, after all, hosting the California Streaming event live from the Apple Park which means everyone can watch the launch of the company's upcoming products live on YouTube and on the company's website.
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