The iPhone 12 is currently trendy and then there already innumerable reports about the next-gen iPhone 13 series which is in fact months away from debuting. Apple is notorious for always charging extra bucks for bigger storage spaces which is usually split between 64GB, 128GB, 256GB and 512GB but there could be an option of 1TB storage according to a report from 9to5Mac.
According to claims based on a new report from Wedbush Securities an investment firm, the supply chain check suggests that Apple could also include the much larger storage option for the iPhone 13 series later on this year when the device is released.
The current iPhone 12 Pro and the 12 Pro Max both have storage option up to 512GB and are of course expensive and the 1TGB option that would come with the iPhone 13 will definitely be much more pricier and since iPhones do not have support for external storage cards such as MicroSD, then customers who want such large storage options might just have to add more money.
Jon Prosser of FrontPageTech had at some point spoken about the fact that there could be a 1TB iPhone 13 storage variant and speaking of credibility, his claims are based on insider’s leaks.
In terms of iOS devices, Apple has offered a 1TB version of its iPad Pro since 2018, so it’s entirely plausible that the company will eventually offer the same amount of storage on the iPhone and it will of course be a good option for those who can afford it because it definitely won’t be for everyone.
But all these are based on presumptions and unofficial reports so we might just have to chill and hold on until Apple officially debut the device later on this year probably by September if the company wants to resume its release schedules.