Rumor suggests iPhone 14 Pro to feature up to 2TB of storage
Apple is supposedly planning on upping the maximum iPhone storage capacity with the iPhone 14, with a rumor from Chinese site MyDrivers claiming a new 2TB storage configuration could be offered with next year’s new models, most likely the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Apple upped the maximum iPhone storage capacity with the iPhone 13 Pro in September, increasing the top-level configuration from 512GB to 1TB, with MyDrivers suggesting in a report online that Apple will use a new QLC (quad-level cell) storage technology for next year’s iPhone, with the iPhone 14 being the first device to use the new technology and may lead to the introduction of a 2TB option for pro users.
As with all leaks, this could be false information so we suggest taking it with a grain of salt, but for storage hungry pro users who use their iPhone for capturing 4K 30 fps ProRes video, this could be welcomed news, especially for those who download their content and keep it stored locally rather than streaming or relying on downloads.
Apple isn’t expected to announce the iPhone 14 until next September, so there’s plenty of time between now and then for plans to change or more information to emerge.