The iPhone 15 Pro could offer potential buyers more space to work with, as a rumor claims Apple could bump the maximum storage capacity to 2TB.
Apple currently sells the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max in a choice of four capacities, ranging from 128GB to 1TB. For the fall lineup, Apple could go one step bigger.
In a posting to Naver, serial leaker "Yeux1122" claims the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max models will have a 2 terabyte option for 2023. The leaker doesn't offer any other detail, other than it was sourced from a vendor.
While rumors about expanded storage haven't circulated, it has been proposed that Apple could raise the cost of the Pro models. It's plausible that a storage capacity increase could help encourage consumers to pay more for their devices, on top of an expected price rise.
For some users, especially videographers and creatives, the extra capacity will be welcomed when filming copious amounts of 4K footage. Though 1TB is a lot for most users, video is a highly consumptive file type, and the extra terabyte could be justified by some users.