We’re about a week away from Apple’s September 7th event where the company is going to unveil new iPhones. A lot has already been rumored about the iPhone 7. It’s believed that Apple will finally ditch the 16GB base storage model and start offering 32GB of storage in the base model. The latest leak reiterates the hope that the cheapest iPhone 7 configuration will now offer 32 gigs of onboard storage.
The leak shows a purported sticker from a returned iPhone 7 prototype at Foxconn which mentions that the handset features 32GB of onboard storage. The prototype is identified as “1902 of 3000” with a return date of August 29th.
“D10” is mentioned as the prototype type which is consistent with previous leaks of alleged iPhone 7 units running Apple test software. Apple is believed to have tested D10, D11, and D12 prototype varieties.
It may have tested three as initially it was rumored that an iPhone 7 Pro might be announced alongside the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus but it’s now believed that the Pro will not be released this year.
Obviously, there has been no indication from Apple that it’s going to make a change that its fans have been asking for a very long time. We’ll come to know for sure on September 7th when the iPhone 7 is formally unveiled.