The 5.5-inch edition of the iPhone 6 will be the only iteration that’s available in a 128GB option, reports suggest.
Sources cited by Chinese Apple blog Feng.com claim that Apple will restrict mega-store to the phablet version of the iPhone in a bid to differentiate it from the smaller, and presumably cheaper, 4.7-inch model.
The report comes after a separate leak yesterday indicated that for the first time ever, the entry-level iPhone 6 won’t come in a 16GB storage iteration. Assuming that's so, it means even the lowest-specc’d iPhone 6 will have 32GB of capacity.
Both phones are expected to tip up on September 19th, after Apple seemingly managed to overcome manufacturing challenges presented by replicating its high density Retina Display on a larger screen.
They’re also set to run the recently debuted iOS 8 version of Apple’s software and feature a more rounded design than recent iPhones.
An A8 processor will be on board too, alongside an improved camera (albeit probably with the same megapixel count) and a more robust, harder wearing version of Touch ID.
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