Apple will not release a 32GB version of the upcoming iPhone 6S, it appears, after reports citing Chinese supply-chain sources seemingly quashed rumours about Cupertino upping the capacity of its cheapest iPhone.
After many iPhone 6 users complained that 16GB was not enough space, various tech gossip sites suggested Apple was looking to boost the capacity of its cheapest iPhone to 32GB.
However, new word from insiders suggests it will stick with the current storage options of 16GB, 64GB and 128GB. Prices are set to stay the same, meaning an iPhone 6S 16GB will cost £539 SIM–free.
Apple caused controversy last year when it abandoned its 32GB iPhone in a clear bid to get customers to pay for a larger model.
While exact sales figures for each device are not released, it is thought that the 64GB model is the most popular.
Apple is set to launch the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus at a special event in California on September 9th. Sales are expected to start on September 18th.
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