The iPhone launch cometh. In just under two weeks Apple will unveil its next set of iPhones, as rumours of a 9 September event have proved to be correct.
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were huge hits for Apple, helping generate gigantic revenues and profits, and stamping its authority on the mobile market at the expense of all others, notably Samsung.
As such, all eyes will be on Apple to see how it looks to maintain this success with its next set of phones, and V3 has a rundown of the key features and updates we think Apple will unveil at the event.
10. No 16GB storage option
Apple phones currently come in three storage options - 16GB, 64GB and 128GB - but Apple may ditch the 16GB version and replace it with 32GB, given that 16GB is now rarely enough for any serious phone user.
People are installing numerous apps, taking thousands of pictures and videos and loading other files, and 16GB is insufficient, especially with phones often owned for two years on 24-month contracts.
So Apple is likely to upgrade the lowest storage option, although this may see the price of the least expensive models go up a touch.
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