Apple will finally do away with the paltry 16GB of storage with the new iPhone 7 series this year, reports WSJ. The highest storage option will also see a jump from the current 128GB to 256GB.
The report from WSJ also confirms that the iPhone 7 will not include a headphone jack. Instead, Apple will force users to either use a wireless headset or new Apple earbuds that will plug into the Lightning port.
Another new leak that surfaced online today claims that the iPhone 7 will be shorter than the current iPhone 6s by a small margin and would also be marginally thicker at 7.15mm. The dimensions leak comes barely a day after an alleged Foxconn presentation slide revealed that the iPhone 7 would be water resistant and support wireless charging.