A new report out of China has once again reaffirmed Apple’s plan to launch iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and iPhone 7 Pro handsets in 32GB, 128GB, and 256GB storage options — all of which are expected to arrive this September.
Although we’ve previously heard whispers of an iPhone 7 Pro, which is expected to carry an even greater camera and more RAM, those whispers have fizzled out in recent months, leading many to believe we’ll see an iPhone 7 and an iPhone 7 Plus only.
But a new report from China, relayed by RedmondPie, suggests Apple hasn’t given up on that Pro device. All three iPhone 7 variants are expected to arrive this September, and will be available in 32GB, 128GB, and 256GB storage options, according to the source.
This is great news for those who have been calling for Apple to finally ditch 16GB iPhones, which are a nightmare for those who like to carry lots of photos and videos, listen to lots of offline music, and download large games.
The 16GB option has become even more frustrating as iOS updates get larger, and with super-sharp 4K video recording now possible on the latest devices.
The iPhone 7 lineup is expected to come in new color options — including a Dark Space Gray — with Apple’s latest A10 processor, improved cameras, and dual speakers. Some reports have also claimed the devices will be water-resistant.