Wedbush analysts said today that supply chain inspections indicate that the next-generation iPhone series (commonly known as iPhone 13) will have a 1 TB high-end storage option for the first time. The current iPhone 12 has a maximum capacity of 512 GB.
Financial analysts remain optimistic, because as the pandemic COVID vaccine continues to be promoted globally, Apple’s iPhone sales will continue to remain strong this year as part of the “reopening environment” after the pandemic.
Front Page Tech previously reported that the next-generation iPhone 13 series will provide a 1
As far as iOS devices are concerned, Apple currently only provides 1 TB of storage space on its high-end iPad Pro tablets. In the context of the broader smartphone market, the iPhone is lagging behind. For example, smartphone rival Samsung began offering 1 TB Galaxy S10 series phones about two years ago.
Although we still know very little about the specifications of the device, the iPhone 13 lineup is expected to be launched this fall. There have been rumors that Touch ID and 120Hz high refresh rate screens will return, but nothing is particularly specific.
Until the launch of the iPhone 13 in the fall, Wedbush analysts were still optimistic about the sales of the iPhone 12, after Apple’s holiday season sales reached $110 billion. The company estimates that there were approximately 62 million iPhone 11 units in the third quarter and approximately 40 million units in the sixth quarter. Analysts compared this success with the record iPhone 6 sales cycle in 2014.
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