The imminent iPhone 13 series promises more than a few upgrades, but one of them may answer a common problem: the never-ending desire for more storage. As 9to5Mac reports, well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claimed the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max will be available with up to 1TB of storage alongside 128GB, 256GB and 512GB options carried over from the iPhone 12 Pro family. While that’s bound to be expensive, it could be appealing if you capture a lot of video or want that much more futureproofing.
Kuo also believed the base iPhone 13 and 13 mini would start at 128GB versus the (frankly inadequate) 64GB of their outgoing counterparts. You’d also see a new 512GB tier — you’d no longer have to splurge on a Pro model just to get more than 256GB.
There might be other ways to save money. The analyst also said he expected the current AirPods to stick around and sell alongside the third-generation models poised to debut at Apple’s September 14th event. He wasn’t certain how this would affect pricing, but the most likely scenario is a price drop that lets the third-gen AirPods occupy the existing space. Apple might sell the new wireless earbuds at a higher price, but there wouldn’t be much of a gap between them and the (normally $250) AirPods Pro.
If leaks are accurate, the new AirPods will more closely resemble their Pro counterparts and support spatial audio, but won’t include the higher-end buds’ eartips or active noise cancellation. That could make the current, no-frills AirPods the ‘budget’ choice for those who want alternatives to the Pixel Buds A, Nothing Ear 1 and other value-focused rivals.
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