MacRumors, an international technology publication, claims that the base storage capacity of the iPhone 15 Pro series is 128GB, and that it can go as high as 1TB. Despite widespread speculation, a 2TB version does not exist.
According to MacRumors’s research, Apple’s premium iPhone models for this year, the iPhone 15 Pro series, will employ LPDDR5 memory. The following businesses will supply the hardware being tested at 6GB and 8GB on the firm’s internal systems:
In addition to increased memory and storage, the A17 SoC, built on TSMC’s innovative 3nm manufacturing process, will power the iPhone 15 Pro. The GPU cores of the A17 are predicted to be faster than in the A16, with a clock speed increase from 3.46 GHz to 3.70 GHz for the high-performance cores.
MacRumors says the storage configurations of the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max are as follows:
For storage options, Apple has selected the following 4 NAND suppliers: