Research study firm TrendForce reported on Wednesday that Apple has taken the maximum of the specifications for the upcoming smartphone. The news has currently reported the storage space of iPhone 7 to be 32GB at the lowest with 3 GB of RAM exclusive to the bigger 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus.
Storage Space Of iPhone 7
The statement did reveal that Apple apparently prepares to offer a new, high-end 256 GB capacity. Also, the 256 GB alternative will apparently be available for both the iPhone 7/Plus variety. While TrendForce believes the 256 GB option is a certainty, the remainder of the capability choices may not yet be completed.
The statement designate that Apple is still uncertain either to terminate the 64 GB storage and replace it with the 128 GB version. Currently, the iPhone lineup has a max of 128 GB. The decisions have obviously been helped by a high drop in the price of NAND flash during the second half of 2015.
Separately, IHS analyst Kevin Wang published on Sina Weibo this week, insisting that the new entry-level storage for the iPhone 7 will have 32 GB storage space, dumping the 16 GB storage level. However, that Wang published his scoop on social networks, makes the claims more suspect.
Just the 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus will acquire Apple’s new dual-lens camera design. That’s compatible with the earlier statement associating the petite 4.7-inch model will hold a single-lens camera.
Aside from those changes, the study research organization predict that the iPhone 7 variants will look mostly indistinguishable to its predecessors, the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6. Most especially, Apple is expected to stick to the same LCD panel technology introduced in 2012, before upgrading to an OLED display screen in 2017.
Provided the lack of a significant external redesign, TrendForce thinks iPhone production for 2016 will reach 216.5 million systems. If precise, that would be an 8.2 percent decrease as compared to that of 2015.