iPhone 13 Pro may cancel 256GB while launching a 1TB large-capacity version

Many users have been complaining about the storage capacity of the iPhone. One of the reasons is that they often don't provide the capacity that users most want, and even the iPhone 12 series continues to provide small capacity storage of 64GB. According to current rumors, the upcoming iPhone 13 Pro in September 14th will replace 256GB with a 1TB storage capacity.

On a full range of iPhone 13 price list exposed a few days ago, both iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max have replaced 256GB with 1TB storage capacity. The two Pro models may be launched this year in 128GB, 512GB, and 1TB.

The most likely reason Apple replaced 256GB with 1TB is that Apple has improved the ability to take photos and photography on iPhones last year, which makes the iPhone require more capacity to store these photos and videos.

It is expected that this year's iPhone 13 series will have a more remarkable improvement in camera functions, so the demand for storage capacity is also increasing. In contrast, Android mobile phone manufacturers now mainly provide 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB storage, and there are fewer models of 1TB mobile phones. However, considering that users will use mobile phones to take more pictures and photography, manufacturers also need to increase storage capacity.

In addition, recently exposed information shows that compared with last year's iPhone 12 series, the prices of all models of the iPhone 13 series are basically the same, and the top-of-the-line iPhone 13 Pro Max (1TB ) may also exceed 1,828 Euros.

Sep 9,2021
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