iPhone 13 may come with 1TB of max storage

While we are months away from the next iPhone reveal, rumors regarding the upcoming handsets have already started to emerge. Reports suggest that it will have an always-on 120Hz display, a smaller notch, a vapor chamber for better cooling, and smaller batteries. Now, a new leak indicates that the iPhone 13 will have a storage option of 1TB.

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The current iPhone 12 has a maximum storage option of 512GB, which means that the next version of the handset will feature effectively double the storage. From a broader perspective, this wouldn't be too surprising by industry standards, as Samsung began offering this amount with the Galaxy S10 devices back in 2019.

MacRumors cites unnamed analysts from Wedbush who have been looking at supply chain checks for this claim, but reports from other sources have also indicated that it might be true.

Apple is expected to announce multiple models for iPhone 13 this year, similar to iPhone 12 last year. Previous variants have been differentiated based on camera specifications and display sizes, but this leak indicates that they could potentially be set apart by maximum storage options too. Although we will officially know for sure in September, iPhone leaks are particularly rampant so it's worth keeping an eye out on similar reports if you're interested in getting an iPhone with a higher storage configuration.

Source: MacRumors

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