Apple ignores the 16GB model for the next iPhone 7

The American company will come up with new versions of its flagship device, according to “The Wall Street Journal”


Continued interest in knowing the possible details and characteristics of the next model of iPhone, presumably called iPhone 7 if the trend continues. No official confirmation from Apple, new leaks suggest that the American company has decided to throw away the version of 16 GB of internal memory.

Instead, as revealed by the “The Wall Street Journal”, the American company will start with an entry model of 32 GB as a result of the strong demand for more capacity in the mobile phones and after the controversy over the latest iPhone 16GB whose users have complained numerous times of habitual lack of space. Moreover, it has been rumoured that the most expensive version will reach 256 GB of memory, a significant jump compared to its rivals.

This 32GB will eb the first product on the catalogue after Apple’s decision to remove the current version of the iPhone, the iPhone 6S. Maintaining the 16GB version as entry model has sparked a debate among users of the brand, which many of them consider Apple’s strategy for higher income in exchange for more space. Regarding the possible iPhone 7, the technology giant could incorporate a dual camera or could come without the 3.5 mm jack for headphones.

Another aspect that most are speculating is related to their internal characteristics. There has been some talks in recent weeks that the next iPhone 7, which will be presented in September if the forecasts are met, will double its RAM from the current 2 GB, but this is a fact that Apple does not usually communicate during product presentations anyway.