Leaked: 64GB iPhone 4 prototype

By Emil
Mar 9, 2011
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  1. A prototype of a 64GB iPhone 4 from the Foxconn factory in China has leaked. The phone does not look like a fake, according to a video put together by the Hong Kong-based website MIC Gadget (embedded below).

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  2. example1013

    example1013 TS Enthusiast Posts: 265

    It's not like the tech isn't there. If they could fit 64gb in the iPod Touch 3G, the only reason why they didn't put it on the iPhone is because likely no one would want to pay $500 for a phone that's not unlocked.
  3. princeton

    princeton TS Addict Posts: 1,677

    In reality they could sell the 64gb model for $1 more than the 32gb and they wouldn't lose any money.
  4. RaiDeR55

    RaiDeR55 TS Rookie Posts: 45

    64gb be nice.. if the cost wasn't to bad..But how much storage do most of you guys run in your phones etc.8gb 16gb 32gb 64gb???.. 32gb here.. More be better for videos,multi-media stuff..other than that, its alot of space for just pics.. But then again more and more apps use the sd card to install to.As far as iOS doing this I don't know since I don't own iphone 4.
  5. princeton

    princeton TS Addict Posts: 1,677

    With my galaxy S I use the 16gb internal storage and a 32gb micro SD. I couldn't imagine getting by with only 16 or even 32gb of storage. 48gb is fine but 64gb would give more freedom.
  6. KG363

    KG363 TS Guru Posts: 515   +9

    I assumed there was a 64GB iPhone 4. Why wouldn't there be?
  7. princeton

    princeton TS Addict Posts: 1,677

    Because apple prefers to give you as little as possible for your money.

    Ipad 2 is an exception.
  8. bonniesmith

    bonniesmith TS Rookie Posts: 40

    This is just getting more and more amazing, 64gb in a phone. I remember just 15 years ago it was hard to get a few GB in a pc. How things are changing for the better ;)
  9. @example1013
    Good point. Except that an unlocked iPhone goes for 685 Euro in Europe. (about $950 US at 1.389 3/10/2011).

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