Bengaluru, NFAPost: Apple is expected to launch its highly-anticipated flagship ‘iPhone 13’ some time in fall this year. According to 9To5Mac quoting a report from the Wedbush Analyst firm, the next-gen iPhone may debut a massive 1TB storage for the first time. However, Apple’s rival Samsung has already upgraded its Galaxy S10 flagship phone with 1TB storage option ever since its launch two years ago.
This rumour is in line with an earlier report from January by Front Page Tech, which also suggested a possible iPhone 13 release with high-end 1TB storage option.
The current-gen iPhone 12 series is limited to 512GB of storage unlike the iPad Pro model which already ships with a 1TB storage option. However, the current-gen iPad is also limited to 512GB of storage with no plans of further expansion in sight.
Among other rumoured features, the return of Touch ID and 120Hz high-refresh rate screens are also on the cards for the iPhone 13.
If you are still wondering about the storage size of the rumoured iPhone 13, it would be an equivalent of storing two million photos, each of size 500KB.
In related news, Wedbush analysts have predicted the iPhone 12 sales performance to remain bullish until the launch of iPhone 13 in the fall. This is expected to match the record iPhone 6 sales cycle of 2014, according to the analysts.