Latest leak Shows That 16GB iPhone 6s Has Not Been Excluded By Apple


For the past few weeks, details of the internals of the iPhone 6s have started to emerge, but even at this stage, the amount of storage the device will be packing is yet to be confirmed. However, the latest leak suggests that the upcoming handset is still going to be shipped out with 16GB of onboard storage, indicating that Apple has not yet finished off this amount as the baseline capacity for its mobile devices.

Latest leak Shows That 16 GB iPhone 6s Has Not Been Excluded By Apple

32GB iPhone 6s Will Not Be Released – Device Will Come With Either 16, 64 or 128GB Of Storage

Consumers who have been waiting to get their hands on a 32GB iPhone 6s will be left severely disappointed because the latest leak coming from China suggests that Apple will be releasing its upcoming iPhone 6s duo in the 16, 64 and 128GB capacity models. Previously, 16GB iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus owners complained that they could not update their devices to the latest iOS firmware because of insufficient storage, which we believed would have changed Apple’s approach in terms of increasing the baseline storage of its smartphones.

Sadly, it was not to be, so as a result, consumers will have to spend a little more if they want to create a nice storage headroom for themselves when future updates are rolled out. Before the sulking session begins, we have to remind you that one critical feature of iOS 9 includes deletion of app data temporarily from the storage in order to make sufficient space to download and install future updates effortlessly. For some users, it might be a time consuming process, but in the end, every iOS user wants to have his/her device updated to the latest software platform.

Latest leak Shows That 16GB iPhone 6s Has Not Been Excluded By Apple

As for the remaining hardware specifications of the iPhone 6s, the smartphone will most likely be incorporated with the Apple A9 chip, which is going to be fabricated on the 14nm/16nm FinFET process. These chips will be able to deliver outstanding processing firepower and energy efficiency, so we should expect a nice little skirmish when the smartphone is pitted against Galaxy Note 5.

Moving on, iPhone 6s is also going to feature 2GB of RAM, along with a 12MP rear camera sensor. The expected release date for both devices is going to be in between September 19 and September 25, so as far as time goes, there is less than a month remaining for these mobile powerhouses to hit market shelves.

We will keep you up to date with the latest, so stay tuned for more.