Apple has started making a few changes before the launch of its much-talked-about iPhone 7. The Cupertino giant is dropping the 16GB model option for the upcoming device. By the latest report by the Wall Street Journal, the base variant for Apple's iPhone 7 will start from 32GB.
The report further states that the next iPhone will have storage options of 32GB/128GB/256GB. Presently, the iPhone 6s line-up is available in 16GB/64GB/128GB models. The previous reports tipped that the iPhone 7 might come with an overhauled antenna placement and audio jack or maybe without the audio jack (not verified, yet). Also, the upcoming device is expected to feature a dual-camera sensor paired with a larger camera lens.
We think that dropping the 16GB option will do good for Apple as it is not sufficient enough for carrying out full-fledged tasks. The 32GB model would be better for the users as well. They will be able to save more files and media on the phone.
Whatever may be the outcome, we should wait until September to have a clear view of the iPhone 7. In the meantime, let us know what you think about this report in the comment section below. In the meantime, for the ones who want to buy an iPhone it is better to wait for two months, as the previous models will get a price cut after iPhone 7's arrival.