Apple iPhone 8 default storage will start from 64GB

iPhone 8

Apple is expected to release iPhone 8 on September 8, 2017. According to report published on Chinese social networking site Weibo by Those things technology, the default storage space of the iPhone 8 will start from 64GB instead of the 32GB as in iPhone 7.

In the post, the Weibo user with the handle Those things technology revealed that the integration of 64GB is to meet the growing requirements of users. It also states that the 16GB and 32GB cannot meet the expectations of the normal requirements of the user.

iPhone 8

The Weibo post also includes a picture of the upcoming iPhone 8. Upon inspection, it reveals the true bezel-less display coupled with the rounded physical home button.

iPhone 8

Apple is planning to integrate several new features in the upcoming iPhone 8 to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the iPhone. In addition to the rumored 64GB storage, you can also expect the addition of Apple A11 chipset and iOS 11.

We will continue to keep track of the developments and provide updates. Stay tuned with NetAns.

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