The new iPhone will move the goalposts in terms of smart phone storage, with a whopping 128GB capacity option, according to one analyst's predictions.
KSI Securities industry navel-gazer Ming-Chi Kuo reckons the new iPhone will offer the bumped-up storage as an option for those who crave plenty of space for photos and videos, 9to5Mac reports.
Earlier this year Apple released a, though it charged an obscene £639 for the privilege. CNET UK's readers , though I suspect if Apple does make a 128GB iPhone, it'll nevertheless be very pricey indeed.
Elsewhere Kuo reckons the next iPhone will be powered by the A7 processor, which would certainly make sense as the iPhone 5 employed the A6 chip. It's tipped to use 1GB of RAM, half the amount top-notch Android blowers such as the employ.
There are a few more outlandish claims too, though they do chime with rumours we've heard before. One is the iPhone 5S will come in gold -- something that leaked components-- but that certainly sounds odd when you consider that to date Apple's phones and tablets have been strictly monochome.
The other says the next iPhone will have a fingerprint scanner on its home button, which we've heard mentioned before and is.
Apple is, and could also show off a cheaper version made of colourful plastic, .
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