Apple would push storage to 1TB this year, but only on the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max

 


 

 

 There are rumors that the next iPhones could benefit from increased storage space.

Indeed, some iPhone 13 could carry a total of 1 TB of storage.

 

 

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A memory of 1 TB for some iPhone 13?


At the end of the year, it's no secret that Apple will be offering a new batch of iPhones. New smartphones which will obviously display a new technical sheet, a possible return of Touch ID and which could also afford a storage bonus.

Indeed, the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max could benefit from a storage space of 1 TB. Currently, the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max can carry a total of 512 GB, while the iPhone 12 classic and its mini version are limited to 256 GB.

 

 


 

 

An increased storage space which will therefore allow users to store more photos and videos… even if a possible 8K compatibility could quickly saturate this same storage space.

Indeed, at the moment, iPhone 12 owners who film in 4K60fps tend to (very) quickly saturate the 512 GB of internal memory. With videos captured in 8K, future iPhones could saturate their new 1TB memory just as quickly.

Obviously, it should be remembered that all this is for the moment only pure speculation and that Apple has never formalized a storage of 1 TB in its future iPhone. For that, it will be necessary to wait a few more months and the Apple keynote to know everything (officially this time) of the innovations embarked by the next generation of iPhone.

 


 

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