Despite Apple launching its iPhone 12 line-up a little later than usual, it has been incredibly well-received by consumers. So much so that the tech giant sold 81.8 million iPhones in Q4 2020, making a record for the most iPhones ever sold in a single quarter.
2021 has just begun and iPhone 13 rumors have already started coming In. From reports about the design of the smartphone to reports about the lineup having support for Wi-Fi 6E, we have heard it all in the past few weeks. The latest report comes from Apple serial leaker Jon Prosser. According to Prosser, the upcoming iPhone 13 Pro could offer 1TB of storage.
Next iPhone 13 Pro could provide up to 1TB of storage
In the last episode of Front Page Tech, Prosser noted a tweet of his from October 27th saying, ”hope y’all are ready for 1TB iPhones’. Additionally, he also said that most prototypes of iPhone 13 feature 1TB of storage, but only for the Pro variants.
The iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max variants can be purchased with up to 512GB already on board, while iPhone 12 Mini and iPhone 12 are limited to 256GB of internal storage. The tech giant could possibly launch four variants of iPhone 13 this year, the same number as 2020. However, there could be one difference, iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini could provide up to 512GB of storage.
Prosser also noted that Apple might reserve the larger storage feature for the iPhone 13 Pro models due to increased cost and the fact that lower storage in its more popular smartphones would drive people to rely on paid services like iCloud.
Finally, Prosser suggests that the smartphone’s notch might not change like it was previously reported. Other iPhone 13 rumors that have arisen recently suggest that some models in the lineup might get an in-display fingerprint, LPTO OLED displays with support for 120Hz refresh rates, all models will feature a LiDAR sensor and the updated camera unit will sport an improved ultra-wide camera with a fast f1.8 lens with auto-focus.
You can check out the full video from Front Page Tech: