Every time that damned dialog box pops up that you're out of space on your iPhone, you end up deleting photos or doing some other tomfoolery to clear a tiny amount of room. But thankfully, Apple is listening and hope is on the horizon.
According to reports, Apple will discontinue its 16GB iPhone in favor of a phone with 32 GB iPhone, which will now be the lowest you can go storage-wise. The report comes from Director of Market Research at IHS Technology Kevin Wang whose statement was originally published in MobiPicker. And apparently this guy has provided accurate Apple info in the past.
If it's true, the standard 32GB entry-level iPhone 7 model may still not have enough storage for all your apps and high-res videos, but it's certainly a lot better than skimping and having to clear space all the time. Though this remains a rumor, albeit a rumor from a well-established source, increasing storage would make a lot of sense, since iPhone users are constantly looking for ways to free up their phones.
Now maybe you can use your Snapchat camera for, you know, just Snapchat.
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