iPhone 11’s Base Option Could Have 128 GB Of Storage

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A new leak suggests the iPhone 11 could have 128 GB of storage as its base option. That marks an increase from the current base storage option, which is 64 GB.

Leak suggests 128 GB of storage as base option

The leak comes from Slashleaks contributor Sudhanshu Ambhore via Twitter:

It would be a good idea to take this leak with a grain of salt because it’s unclear where it comes from, and his track record around iPhone leaks is not clear yet. Still, it shouldn’t be dismissed entirely. Apple and all smartphone makers have been gradually increasing their storage options. Thus, if the base iPhone 11 model has 128 GB of storage as the lowest option, then it wouldn’t be a huge surprise. Other smartphone makers already offer 128 GB of storage as the base option for their flagship devices, so Apple should be expected to follow suit.

He also said the new base option will apply to both the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11R.

Other iPhone 11 rumors

9to5 Mac also offered up a leak about the iPhone 11 within the last few days. The tech site received three prototype cases for the iPhone 11 line-up from a source in Shenzhen, China. The phones are widely expected to sport a new camera arrangement on the back.

If the prototypes the tech blog received are indeed genuine, then all three iPhone 11 models will sport a square camera bump on the back in the top-left corner. Numerous rumors have indicated that the iPhone 11 and 11 Max will have a triple-lens camera and flash in the square bump, while the less expensive 11R is rumored to have a dual-lens camera. The XR currently has a single-lens camera.

The third lens on the iPhone 11 and 11 Max is rumored to be an ultra-wide 12-megapixel lens similar to the one on the Galaxy S10. Rumors have also suggested that Apple’s new lenses will sport a black coating so the square camera bump isn’t quite so jarring to the eyes.

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