Apple iPhone 8 expected to launch in 64GB, 256GB, 512GB Storage Variants – Next month, the next generation iPhones are expected to be unveiled. Each new day brings a new rumor, report and leak to the iPhone 8, iPhone 7S and the iPhone 7S Plus. The latest information is on the storage capacity for the iPhones and a prediction of a 512GB variant for the iPhone 8.
According to a post on Weibo (Mac Rumors), the anniversary edition iPhone 8, will be launched in three storage variants of 64GB, 256GB and the highest ever, 512GB. All three phones will come with 3 GB RAM and the new Apple A 111 chip. It has already been informed that next-generation iPhone will come in 64 GB and 256GB versions but the information of the 512GB version is new.
According to the source, 64 GB and 256 GB of flash memory will be produced by Sandik and Toshiba, while 512 GB unit will be done by Samsung and Hanks. Apple is focusing on large storage units, and it is not launching 16 GB storage of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus last year.
In reference to RAM, this new leak is consistent with the predictions of 3GB RAM analyzer Ming Chi Kuo’s on the iPhone 8. Kuo has also mentioned that the iPhone 7S Plus will also come with 3GB RAM while the smaller iPhone 7S with 2 GB RAM. Iris scanner, wireless charging facility for new iPhone and other major changes occur as it is the 10th anniversary of Apple’s.