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Picture proof of a 64GB iPhone 5 has surfaced recently and tweeted by iH8sn0w, the developer behind numerous iOS device utilities such as f0recast, iDetector, iFaith, iREB, and sn0wbreeze. The picture shows an iPhone 5 label very similar to a previously leaked Chinese iPhone 4S label. The information that it provides is new though, providing proof of the existence of 64 GB capacities for the upcoming iteration of the iPhone said to be announced at Apple’s October 4th event.
This isn’t the first time images of a 64GB capacity iPhone have been released either though. Back in March, Chinese publication M.I.C Gadget showed several pictures of a 64GB iPhone prototype. Since then, it has been much anticipated that the next generation iPhone would have the third capacity available alongside its 16GB and 32GB options. Furthermore, speculation and sources who wish to remain anonymous are confirming the existence of the iPhone 4S, codenamed N94 rumored to be existing in the AT&T inventory with 8GB offerings. With all the information combined, it seems that Apple will be able to reach a wider array of customers by providing a lower-end model to those who wish to own an iPhone but can’t afford the hefty recurring costs it takes to maintain one and also provide a model to Apple fanatics who wish they had more storage, upping the previous 32GB maximum capacity to 64GB. Many people seem to also be getting confused between all the speculation that is revolving around the net, between information about a low-end iPhone and a new more powerful iPhone. What these leaked images and information provides the public is confirmation of the existence of an iPhone 4S and iPhone 5, which range from 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB capacities in both existing iOS device colors, white and black. Further confirmation of the iPhone 5 is arising in AT&T retail shelves as iPhone 5 cases are being found in AT&T stores throughout the United States. Many claim that they have also seen a number of iPhone 5 cases at various cell phone vendors – which may or may not be true but the fact that iPhone 5 cases are being found in official carrier retail shelves makes it seem all the more believable.
Last but not least, it was uncertain whether or not the new iPhones would support 4G technology. It was recently confirmed at a presentation at this week’s Macworld Asia, where a China Unicom executive reportedly confirmed the iPhone 5 will support HSPA+ “4G” technology. As usual around the release of any major Apple product, the buzz continues alongside with flying rumors and speculation. The technology sector is definitely about to be impacted by the game changing release of multiple iPhones in just a matter of days. The “Let’s Talk iPhone” October 4th Apple event definitely can’t come soon enough. This article originally appeared on ModMyi and has been republished with permission.