Gone is the 32GB memory option with the 64GB one sitting in its place.
All sources are determined not to leave out any surprise for the September event when the iPhone 6 is supposed to be unveiled officially. It looks like we couldn’t even wait for a few more days to leave the rest to Apple to unlock some of the hidden features and as the date approaches closer, we are determined more than ever to find out about what lays inside. Another technical document listing the iPhone 6 has been leaked and we can see the NAND flash modules on the list. Everything on the document suggests that the iPhone 6 is going to be launched in 16GB, 64GB and 128GB version. There is absolutely no sign of the 32 GB model which we had become accustomed to; the 64 GB module has taken its place.
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The document reveals that the 16GB NAND flash chips would be provided by Toshiba and Hynix and Hynix has another responsibility for a portion of the 64GB NAND chips alongside SanDisk. Toshiba on the other hand is responsible for the largest 128GB memory. This kind of shows that Apple isn’t so inclined towards selling a lot of 128 GB models and perhaps the fruit company itself is having doubts about this huge chunk of battery which might not be affordable by majority of the Apple fans. This 128 GB memory came up when the iPhone 5 was about to be launched but we never saw this idea come to reality.