Apple sticks with the 16GB storage for the entry level iPhone 6S shows leaked iPhone 6S leaflet.
There has been a lot of talk about if Apple finally choses 32GB as the entry level storage option for the new iPhone 6S. A leaked iPhone 6S leaflet puts an end to the discussion. Apple will stick with the treaded 16GB as entry option for the iPhone 6S.
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Steve Hemmerstoffer posted an image of a iPhone 6S leaflet that has a 16GB label on top. The piece of paper lists the inventory of the iPhone 6S package. It also lists the supported network technologies. This is a typical standard text that needs to be packaged with electronics such as smartphones.
The document shown here seems to have endured some abuse. It almost looks like ancient papyrus.
The reasons for Apple to stick with the 16GB option is margins. In addition to that, Apple users are accustomed to the 16GB option. Apple could afford to offer a 32GB storage option for the typical entry level price, but this is not the Apple way.
Rumored features of the iPhone 6S include Force Touch screen, A9 CPU, reinforced aluminum shell and 12MP camera. The iPhone 6S is also rumored to adopt the motion wallpapers from the Apple Watch.
The iPhone 6S is not a dramatically new iPhone compared to the iPhone 6 but demand will likely set a new record.
Apple has reportedly ordered close to 90 million iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus units for 2015.
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As the event will take place at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, which is a much larger venue than Apple usually uses (7,000 seats). This is why we expect more than the iPhone 6S to be unveiled. Possibly new Apple products include iPad Pro and Apple TV.