Apple may finally fix the iPhone’s biggest problem

The iPhone 7 – which is expected to be unveiled later in 2016 – will come with 32GB of storage as the minimum, according to Time.

The report stated that the current entry-level 16GB iPhone models do not compete well against the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5 when it comes to storage.

This was the “biggest problem” with the iPhone, stated Time.

Besides featuring higher built-in storage space, the Samsung and LG devices support microSD cards – which give owners larger memory options.

The iPhone 7 is also expected to feature a single lightning port, with the removal of the headphone jack predicted.

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