Apple will not launch a 32GB iPhone 6S at its California press event on September 9th. That’s according to analyst Ming Chi Kuo, who has a strong track record in getting Apple stories spot-on.
Citing insider sources, Kuo predicts that Cupertino will stick with its current storage strategy, offering 16GB, 64GB and 128GB options. Rumours had suggested it might get rid of the 16GB edition and replace it with a 32GB one.
Kuo also reckons that Apple will introduce Force Touch to the new iPhone, with a fourth, rose gold, colour option and an improved fingerprint scanner. This backs up previous stories about Apple’s plans for the updated device.
Apple’s event next week is set to be its largest-ever, with new iPads coming alongside the updated iPhone range. A revamped, iOS–packing Apple TV is also expected.
The company has hired the 7,000 capacity Bill Graham centre for the venue, with the keynote set to start at 6pm UK time and run well into the evening.