The first iPhone with 1TB of storage to be announced this week, according to reports

The prestigious analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has indicated his prediction on the specifications of the next iPhone that will be presented this week.


This Tuesday, September 14, Apple will announce its new line of iPhone 13 phones, its annual launch of mobile devices. Days before the presentation, the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has announced his prediction: it will reach 1TB of storage.

Through an investor report, Kuo noted that the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max would arrive with storage configurations of up to 1TB, the first in history for the company.

Of course, it highlights that the rest of the ranges, the standard iPhone 13 and the possible iPhone 13 Mini (at risk since the iPhone 12 mini did not meet expectations ), will arrive in combinations of 128, 256 and 512GB of storage.

iPhone 13 continues in many ways

The iPhone 13 is expected to take a lot from the 12, considering that they will be the same size and four models.

The new phones are expected to have improved cameras, including video portrait mode and astrophotography mode, an enhanced ultra-wide lens, and better optical zoom for video recording.

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had also unveiled Apple’s satellite connection technology last week for its next mobile model, iPhone 13, to make calls and send messages when users do not have terrestrial coverage. Through the use of a satellite communication system.