Apple's newest version of the iPhone is set to be released in September. There have been so many rumors about the iPhone 7 that it's difficult to keep track of them all. What sizes will be available? Will there be any new colors to choose from? Is the home button being replaced?
That is just some of the swirling speculation that we've already answered for you in our new iPhone 7 rumors article. Finally, we've learned that the tech giant is fixing one of the biggest complaints that iPhone owners have had for years.
Apple is going to double the capacity of the iPhone's highest storage option. You will be able to get an iPhone 7 with a full 256 GB of storage. That is twice as much as the previous largest option of 128 GB.
The smallest storage capacity option is also being doubled in size. The smallest capacity option is going from 16 GB to 32 GB.
People have been complaining for years that the iPhone doesn't have enough storage space to handle all of their pictures and videos. These storage upgrades should alleviate those concerns.
This is a much-needed upgrade with all of the new technologies being added to smartphones. New features like Live Photos and 4K video eat up tons of storage space, leaving users with little room to store all of their favorite memories.
Apple has consistently advised people to store their photos and music on the iCloud. This would allow them to access their items online, freeing up their local storage. But not everyone wants to store their precious memories online.
These higher capacity devices will take care of that problem. Rumors say the iPhone 7 will be offered with three different storage sizes: 32 GB, 128 GB, and 256 GB.
Expectations for the newest iPhone were not great when speculation began, but the larger storage is something to be excited about. The iPhone 7 might end up being better than expected.