Apple has declared openly that it’s new iPhone 13 Pro is the first iPhone to be ship with 1TB of storage.
The company said the 1TB of storage is an option that will allow users to store double the maximum capacity of 512GB on the regular iPhone 13.
This was revealed during the company’s California Streaming event which was held on Tuesday.
Before the company’s streaming event, Apple has recently offered 1TB for iPad storage but has kept the 512GB maximum on the iPhone Pro side.
Meanwhile, speculations have suggested that we’ll get a 1TB iPhone this year, and it comes two years after Samsung shipped its Galaxy S10 Plus with a 1TB storage option for $1,600.
Apple is also bumping iPhone storage on the standard models. The base iPhone 13 model will now ship with 128GB instead of the 64GB storage found on the iPhone 12.
It was gathered that the iPhone Pro 13 will start at $999 and is shipping on September 24th. However, the 1TB storage preference will be available on the iPhone 13 Pro for $1,499 and $1,599 on the gigantic iPhone 13 Pro Max.
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