With the upcoming iPhone 13 around the corner, Ukrainian e-commerce website “KTC” revealed more details regarding the lineup’s configuration options.
Apple offers the soon-to-be previous-generation iPhone 12 non-Pro models in 64, 128, and 256GB storage options. However, this will be bad news for customers who want to get as much internal storage as possible, but don’t want to get the Pro model. According to “KTC”, the 256GB will no longer be an option for the upcoming regular iPhone 13 models. Instead, they will offer those models in only the 64GB and 128GB. Those who want the 256GB will need to shell out a few hundred bucks more to step up to the Pro model. Additionally, there’s no mention of the rumored 1TB storage option for the iPhone 13 Pro models.
In terms of colors and finishes, the standard iPhone 13 models will continue to offer six colors with Pink replacing Green. The higher-end Pro models will still feature four colors with Black and Bronze replacing Graphite and Pacific Blue, respectively.
You may want to take this information here with a grain of salt because other e-commerce sites appear to show misleading information with some listing showing an iPhone 13 mini with 512GB, for example.
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