Besides already predicting the possible launch date of the next iPad Air and specs for the anticipated iWatch, KGI Securities Ming-Chi Kuo may be dropping another bomb regarding Apple’s plans with the iPhone 6. The analyst seemingly states that the Cupertino Clan will have plans to sell its next-gen smartphone with a whopping 128GB of storage.
However, the prediction isn’t all so great. “Due to drop tests issues,” both the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch models will supposedly not feature the sapphire cover lens, at least for now. Both models are expected to get the 128 GB treatment though.
We’ve got but a few days until the big media event where Apple will hopefully lay all the rumors to rest. Bring on September 9th.
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