While crawling over the hardware, Gurman made a surprising discovery — Apple still isn't moving away from the low-end 16GB storage version. The current iPhone 6 is available in 16GB, 64GB, and 128GB options.
"The belief is more and more as we use iCloud services for documents and our photos and videos and music," said Schiller, "that perhaps the most price-conscious customers are able to live in an environment where they don't need gobs of local storage because these services are lightening the load."
Of course, this isn't set in stone yet — a fair amount can change between now and autumn, the expected launch date of the iPhone 6S.
As Gurman notes: Apple has previously tested future iPhone hardware using smaller storage capacities prior to finalizing its production, so a last-minute upgrade to a higher capacity would not be unprecedented."