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Apple ready to launch the first iPhone with 1 TB internal memory

Apple ready to launch the first iPhone with 1 TB internal memory

Apple has finally decided to upgrade to the base memory cut for high-end iPhones. Starting this year, in fact, the iPhones (12 Pro and 12 Pro Max) no longer start from a 64 GB cut, but from 128 GB. On the other hand, the most generous memory cut (512 GB) remained unchanged. The latter, according to what has emerged in the past few hours, will undergo a juicy upgrade next year. Here are all the details about it.

Although the 512 GB one is a really disproportionate memory cut for the vast majority of users. There are some who are still not enough. It is precisely for this reason that Apple is planning to upgrade. Starting next year, the Cupertino giant could bring the iPhone by 1 TB internal memory into the field. How much will they cost?

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Apple: the iPhone 13 Pro with memory up to 1 TB

Any professional who needs a huge amount of space will be happy. According to what was declared by the well-known leaker Jon Prosser, Apple is preparing to produce new iPhones with 1 TB internal memory. Unless the company wants to introduce a new memory cut for the current iPhone 12 Pro at a later date (very unlikely), the leak refers to the future iPhone 13. Obviously, only the Pro variants will be equipped with the 1 TB option.

The iPhone 12 Pro with 512 GB internal memory largely exceed € 1500.00. What many are asking is: “how much will the 1 TB variant cost?“Well yes, it is estimated that the highest price ever seen for an iPhone will be reached, just under 2000.00 euros. Price records aside, very few people need 1 TB of space on a smartphone. There is no doubt that it will be a extremely niche product. Look forward to further updates on this.

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