iPhone 15 Pro duo to have 256GB base storage, go up to 2TB. As you may have heard, the iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max anticipated to cost $100 more than the 14 Pro duo. Though reports claim that Apple will also be boosting the storage capabilities of the Pro models, this may not only be a price increase.
Starting at 128GB, the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max increase to 256GB and 512GB before offering a maximum of 1TB. Red Lotus Technology, a Weibo user, claims that the 15 Pro models would start at 256GB instead and gain a new top tier of 2TB storage.
iPhone 15 Pro duo to have 256GB base storage, go up to 2TB
The increased 2TB maximum confirmed by Korean blogger yeux1122, but not the increase in primary storage. Right now, the 128GB iPhone 14 Pro costs $1,000, while the 256GB model costs $1,100, according to an Apple Store. A 256GB 15 Pro will cost the same as a 256GB 14 Pro if the two speculations mentioned above are accurate, which is advantageous unless you hope to avoid paying more than $1,000 for a new Pro.
Apple engages in these con games; for instance, the cheapest iPhone (non-SE) in 2020 was the same as that of the most affordable iPhone (non-SE) in 2019, both at $700. However, there was a catch: instead of the giant iPhone 12, which was now $100 more expensive than its 2019 counterpart, you would receive an iPhone 12 small in 2020.