Apple Plans On Increasing The Entry Level IPhone 6s Storage Capacity To 32GB

Posted: Jun 30 2015, 11:51am CDT | by , in Rumors | Apple


Apple plans on increasing the entry level iPhone 6s storage capacity to 32GB

After replacing 32GB with a 64GB version, its time to replace the 16GB model with a 32GB variant

The Korea Times reported today that Apple is in transactions with Samsung to have the company supply the flash memory for the cutting edge iPhone models. Right now, the flash memory is given by Toshiba, SK hynix and SanDisk. The report also noted that Apple is hoping to expand the capacity limit and memory of its iPhone models.

Although the currently available iPhones and iPads are available in the storage capacity of 128GB, but the entry level mobiles still comes at a memory of 16GB. An unnamed source confirmed this news and commented that, “As Apple plans to increase its shipments of the mid-range iPhone models with larger capacities amid growing consumer demand for data-intensive features, including cloud services, Samsung Electronics is in talks to sell more of its flash chips for the next models.”

The report also claimed that Samsung and Apple are in talks over estimation and shipments for the flash storage, with Samsung testing its offerings for strength and stability amid the procedure. The fundamental reason Samsung lost Apple's flash business in the past is a direct result of its over pricing. It was also reported; earlier this year that Samsung has agreed to provide A9 chips for Apple’s next generation models.

All the details on one side, yet these claims cannot be considered true until any of the both company’s management provide any sort of statement over this issue.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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