Apple’s iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max or 15 Ultra are expected to start with 128GB of storage for the base variant. TrendForce, a Taiwanese research firm, reported this new information. It is reported that Apple might raise the price by $100 while keeping the base storage at 128GB.

Apple was rumored to offset the price increase by increasing the base variant storage to 256GB earlier this week. According to the recent report, that won’t be the case.

TrendForce predicts that Apple will stick with 128GB storage for its iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max models. According to previous rumors, Apple might increase the storage in the base variant to 256GB to offset the price increase. According to a recent report, this is no longer the case.

Despite the 128GB base storage staying the same, TrendForce expects a boost in RAM. It is reported that the iPhone 15 Pro models will come with 8GB of RAM. Apple launched the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max with 6GB of RAM. With more RAM, iOS should run more smoothly on the latest iPhones and provide a better multitasking experience.

Rumors suggested that Apple might raise the prices of its upcoming iPhone 15 Pro models by $100. The iPhone 15 Pro could start at $1,099 (Rs 92,000) this year, while the iPhone 15 Pro Max will be available at $1,199 (Rs 1,00,000). On Pro models, the Titanium chassis and the periscope-style telephoto lens are rumored to be responsible for the price bump.

There have also been several recent leaks about the iPhone’s color options, charging cables, and charging speeds. In leaked images, the iPhone 15 Pro is seen in Space Black, Blue, Silver, and Titan Gray. The iPhone 15 comes in pastel blue, pink, white, yellow, and black colors.