If you’re an iPhone user who likes to store a lot of data on your phone, then you’ll absolutely love this next leak. 9to5Mac points out that a leaked schematic on Geekbar’s Weibo account seemingly shows that Apple has developed an iPhone 6 with a whopping 128GB of NAND Flash storage. This is double the maximum storage you can get on the iPhone 5s, which tops out at 64GB.
The big question now is if Apple is going to release a 128GB iPhone 6, will it be the 4.7-inch model, the 5.5-inch model or both? It would make sense for the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 to get a 128GB storage option and 9to5Mac notes that “earlier reports have claimed that Apple might offer some premiums on the bigger 5.5-inch iPhone 6 which could get exclusives like more storage.”
The good news is that we now have less than three weeks until we learn about at least one version of Apple’s new iPhone during the company’s big media event on September 9th. However, it’s entirely possible that Apple will only unveil the smaller 4.7-inch iPhone 6 at that event and we might have to wait a bit longer for the 5.5-inch version.