Any new flagship smartphone you purchase will likely have at least 128GB of internal storage. The 2022 iPhone SE update, which starts at 64GB, is the lone strange exception. On the majority of smartphones, the flash memory ranges from 128GB to 256GB. Some flagships have even greater storage tiers, like 512GB and 1TB. Additionally, certain Android devices accept microSD cards, allowing you to further enhance the available local storage. In light of this, we anticipate the iPhone 14 phones will ship with at least 128GB of internal storage. However, according to one speculation, the iPhone 14 Pro’s starting storage capacity could be double that, or 256GB.
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How much storage will the iPhone 14 have?
Before Apple, Android OEMs switched to 128GB of standard storage. Then, the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro models’ base storage was changed to the 128GB tier. All of Apple’s iPhone 13 models received the 128GB upgrade last year.
Right now, if you get the cheapest iPhone 13 mini, you will receive 128GB of memory, which is a substantial boost.
In light of this, it is reasonable to conclude that, come September, the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max will all come equipped with at least 128GB of storage. Of course, Apple cannot return to the 64GB tier. Apple and other manufacturers of smartphones are somewhat to blame for our increased data consumption and archiving.
The iPhone cameras can record ProRes 4K video. However, only the iPhone 13 Pro models support 4K at 30 fps, and only as long as you have 256GB or more. Otherwise, you’re downgraded to Full HD at 30 fps for ProRes video — and again, only if you’re on a Pro model. Storage can be a limitation in this case.
Add to that all the content we consume and share on mobile devices, including complex games that take up a lot of storage, and that 128GB tier might not be enough for some users.