64GB IPhone. Who Needs That?

Posted: Mar 9 2011, 2:01am CST | by , in Rumors | Apple

 
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Yesterday evening a hands-on video of an iPhone 4 prototype with 64GB storage appeared on Mic Gadget. This iPhone 4 prototype looks to have been leaked directly from an Apple contractor factory in China.

There is nothing new besides that it has 64GB. Eventually we all need more storage, but right now I do not think that 64GB is necessary capacity on an iPhone. Given the current pricing of the 32GB iPhone, you would have to pay $499 for it. 64GB and even more are making totally sense on the iPad. A 64GB iPhone is going to be a niche product for some digital media junkies.

If you are into it you can watch the hands-on video of the leaked 64GB iPhone 4 below. Obviously this iPhone prototype raises speculations that Apple is going to offer in iPhone 5 with 64GB.

As it looks the iPhone 5 is right on schedule for a June release. Apple is rumored to hold a media event to introduce iOS 5 in early April. This will give again developers enough time to leverage the new APIs for new apps.

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