iPhone 4S/iPhone 5 To Come In 16GB, 32GB and 64GB Storage Capacities?

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Couple of days back, revised models of the iPhone 4 and the iPod Touch appeared in Apple’s inventory system and yesterday, the next generation iPhone codenamed N94 also showed up.

9 to 5 Mac now claims that according to their source who had given them information about these new entries in Apple’s inventory system, the N94 next generation iPhone model could come in three storage capacities: 16GB, 32GB and 64GB just like iPad 2.

9 to 5 Mac reports:

Given that we’ve also heard from manufacturing sources that Apple has at least been prototyping 64GB versions of the new iPhone, we would say it’s fairly likely that Apple’s new iPhone will come in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB capacities; just like the iPad.

However, 9 to 5 Mac is not completely certain as the three different storage capacities could also be 8GB, 16GB and 32GB. We don’t think Apple will launch a 8GB iPhone 4S, as it is also likely to introduce an 8GB iPhone 4 as the new entry-level model, which will replace iPhone 3GS.

We won’t be surprised if iPhone 5/iPhone 4S comes in 64GB storage capacity as we had discovered few months back that Apple has been testing 64GB version of iPhone 4 since 2010.

We hope that this speculation turns out to be accurate.

[via 9 to Mac]

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  • Vinnie

    Hope they bump up the storage. I have 2 gig left out of 32.

    • http://www.darrenanthonyphotography.com Darren Anthony

      I have 1.9GB free on my 3GS. The lack of a storage bump kept me from upgrading to the 4. I hope Apple doesn’t drop the ball on 64GB this time. I still have well over 10GB of music that I cannot since among other things.

  • Micro

    Will be nice to have like 1 TB with thia devices cos een 64 is not enough for not even 720p and theres gonna be 1080p so ita like u cannot keep anithing in ur device just store store store all the time

  • Rob

    1tb lol sorry dude but summit like that won’t be for a few years, due to price and other factors….but 64gb does sound good and with different cloud services popping up and the new update allowing us to synch with out being near a pc…do you actually need that much memory?

    • Jeff

      Cloud services are fine, if you have a cheap data plan, don’t mind waiting for your data to stream to your device, and don’t travel much.

      I’m wanting the 64GB since I keep my data plan low, I want my data instantly available, and I do travel often outside of country.

      With the extra space I’d also be putting more data intensive apps such one of the GPS apps that include the maps. If I’m travelling to the US I am not going to be downloading maps in realtime and paying high roaming and cell data fees.

      Cloud services are an interesting concept, but only work if you can get constant, cheap, and fast access to your data at all times.

  • jus-sayin

    well the rumor control and speculation department must be dying for tuesday so they can have a day off……. and then start the ramp up for Ipad3 I suppose ……

  • james braselton

    hi there alwsoume 1 terabyte ssd solid state flash drive cost $2,700 that what sony s series option for a terbyte flash drive and curent 1 terabyte hard drives are too slow what we need is a 100 terabyte laser hard drives with up too 40 petabytes at 100 terabytes per second read write speeds we need a sci-fi storage for instant terabyte data colection