IPhone 5 Comes In 16GB, 32GB And 64GB Versions

Posted: Sep 30 2011, 7:39am CDT | by , in Rumors | Apple

iPhone 5 comes in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB Versions

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New report claims that the new iPhone will offer three storage size choices.

64GB iPhone prototypes have been popping up already a couple months back. Is Apple making them a reality now? According to 9to5Mac's favorite source Mr. X the new iPhone comes in three storage capacities.

I still question the need for a 64GB storage in an iPhone. On top of that the iCloud is launching reducing even more the need to carry tons of media files around.

The three capacities could also mean that there is a 8GB version of the new iPhone. The report is not making it clear if we talk about the iPhone 4S or iPhone 5. The problem is of course we still do not really know if there are indeed two new iPhones coming next Tuesday (October 4).

As reported on October 4, Apple's Let's Talk iPhone event is taking place. In a couple of days the iPhone 5 rumors are met with the reality.

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