There is still a year left for the launch of the iPhone 14 series but leaks and reports about the next smartphone model are already doing the rounds. A report by MyDrivers suggests that the 2TB storage option may also be available in the iPhone 14.
The report claims that the 14 Series will have double the maximum storage available on this year’s iPhone 13 lineup. However, it is likely that this 2TB storage variant will be limited to the iPhone 14 Pro model.
Apple has doubled the maximum storage option this year from the iPhone 13 to 1TB. Now, reports suggest that the iPhone 14 is likely to arrive in 2022 with up to 2TB of onboard storage option. Given the huge potential, this variant is likely to be reserved for the “Pro” model. The vanilla iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max can have up to 1TB of storage, which will be a bump from the 512GB currently offered on the iPhone 13.
While 2TB of storage on a smartphone may seem like more than a huge margin, the camera features of the upcoming iPhone may demand additional storage space. The current iPhone 13 Pro lineup only lets you shoot 4K ProRes footage at 30fps on the 256GB variant and above.
128GB iPhone 13 Pro models are limited to 1080p ProRes footage at 30fps. However, considering how quickly this rumor got to us, a disclaimer must be issued that it may not translate into reality.
The iPhone 13 lineup starts with 128GB of storage and goes up to 512GB while “Pro” models range in capacity from 128GB to 1TB. The iPhone 13 lineup starts at Rs 69,900 for the 128GB iPhone 13 Mini and goes up to Rs 1,79,900 for the 1TB iPhone 13 Pro Max.
The iPhone 14 is also expected to get a completely new design and size options.
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