We all know the iPhone 7 is coming, and there are plenty of rumours surrounding Apple's next major device.
The latest sounds like it could be really good news for fans, with The Wall Street Journal reporting that the base storage for the iPhone 7 could be 32 gigs.
It's a welcome change and one that Apple has taken far too long to implement. In a world of high resolution photos, 4K video and reams of movies and music, 16 gigs was a ridiculously small amount. Consider the fact that Apple has no interest in expandable storage, and a good chunk of that space is taken up by the OS and you end up with a constant juggling match just to keep the phone functional.
A number of other manufacturers have introduced 32 gigs as their baseline in terms of storage (with many also offering microSD support) so it really is about time Apple caught up. Of course this remains a rumour, we'll hopefully get official word soon.