Apple will drop the 16GB base storage option for the iPhone 7, and introduce 32GB as the minimum storage option, claims IHS Technology analyst Kevin Wang (first spotted by 9to5Mac).
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Wang expects RAM to remain at 2GB.
It makes sense for Apple to bump the base storage to 32GB. Not only have NAND prices fallen to such a point that bumping to 32GB won’t hit Apple in the pocket too much, but it will also give users more space to download more apps and shoot more 4K video and Live Photos.
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