The iPhone 7 Is Potentially About To End Your No Storage Struggle Forever
Early hints about the iPhone 7 suggest that it will get rid of lack of storage and memory issues forever. Full story at mtv.co.uk
If your life is haunted by the daily 'manage storage' notification, then there might be some good news in the form of the latest rumour about the upcoming iPhone 7.
Clearly aware that it's the bane of all our lives, Apple have reportedly decided to make a big change to the most basic version model that should stop any lack of storage dramas forever more.
According to the Wall Street Journal, it's rumoured that the most basic version of the new model will include a memory of 32 GB. At present, the most starting model in each generation of iPhone only has 16 GB of memory meaning that even if you only splash out on the cheapest version of the new iPhone 7, you'll still have double the memory you would have had before.
Just think of all the pointless apps you'll be able to download! Just think of all the extra time you're going to have not having to spend 10 minutes a day deleting half your camera roll to make space!
WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE.
Of course this isn't confirmed as yet and is all rumour until the proper announcement, which is expected sometime this autumn, but fingers, toes and eyes crossed that this happens. We need it.