The iPhone 13 is the first Apple smartphone to exceed 1TB of internal storage, if you go with the Pro or Pro Max model, but it looks like Apple isn’t done there: the latest from the rumor mill suggests that the iPhone 14 could go like up to 2TB.
It depends MyDrivers (Going through MacRumors), which has something of a hit and miss record with predictions – so don’t take that for granted just yet. We don’t expect the phone for 11 months, after all.
The site mentions a move to a new type of flash storage called QLC (quad-level cell), which improves performance and capacity while reducing costs. This switch has been mentioned by other sources, although this is the first time we’ve heard of a 2TB option.
Pro models only
As with the current iPhone lineup, it’s safe to assume that the 2TB maximum of storage will show up on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, if it does show up – it’s likely these configurations will instead be. dear. .
To date, we haven’t heard too much about what Apple might be planning for its 2022 iPhone series. A rumor has it that emerged is that the iconic iPhone notch could make way for a smaller punch-hole design on Pro model screens.
There is also speak an upgrade to a 48MP camera sensor and higher resolution video capture could be one of the reasons Apple will offer more storage. It would be a surprising upgrade if that happened, but we’ll wait and see.
Notice: more storage is always welcome
More storage space was always an expected year-over-year upgrade for flagship smartphones, but that trend has faded as more of us have started to rely on cloud storage for protect all our precious photos, videos and other files.
On top of that, there has been a drastic shift from owning digital content like movies and music to simply streaming through Netflix and Spotify. With the constant increase in broadband and cellular speeds, the need to keep files stored locally on a device is not as great as it used to be.
Even so, we’re not going to turn down the 2TB offer. With Pro iPhones now capable of shooting 4K ProRes video at 60fps, this is the case where the more storage the better. is – and that’s before you switch to audio and video sync for offline playback.
If the higher storage configurations are not for you, the more affordable and lower capacity options will still be available as usual. We’re always happy to see more storage choices available at the high end, and that goes for flagship Android devices as well as the Apple iPhone line.