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Vodafone Hints iPhone 5 Will Launch In 16GB & 32GB Versions, No 64GB Model?

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Vodafone UK’s product page for a signal booster device called Vodafone Sure Signal is now showing iPhone 5 in the list of compatible devices with only 16Gb and 32GB models in both black & white colors. As noted by AppleInsider, the listing implies the next generation iPhone handset will have the same lineup as the iPhone 4, as there is no mention of a 64GB version in either of the two color options. The source however does believe that this could simply be a typing error or may be just a presumption.

The source says:

Of course, it’s possible that the listing is a typo, or even presumptive. But it does mention in addition the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and even the iPhone 3G first released in 2008. If accurate, the mention of a next-generation iPhone would mean that Apple’s handset would not gain a 64GB capacity model. Both the iPod touch and iPad have high-end models with 64GB of flash storage available, while the iPhone currently tops off at 32GB.

Looking at the same listing, we can also presume availability of a white colored iPhone 5 at launch unlike the iPhone 4 which took Apple almost a year to put up for sale.

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  • Anonymous

    A 64GB model is a must have. It makes no sense that Apple wouldn’t release a 64GB model of the iPhone 5. It would certainly go a long way to giving Apple yet another edge over Android phones seeing as you can’t add an SD card to an iPhone.  I’m just assuming that you can expand an Android phone’s storage with an SD card.  I’ve never actually used any Android phone. Why would I?  I have an iPhone!!!

  • Ryan

    I’m really hoping Apple finally makes the jump to 64GB with this phone as well. It’s one of the biggest reasons I’ve been holding off on upgrading until the new models are announced. I’ve been wondering what’s going to happen with this, and whether or not they’re planning on releasing a 64GB version. Let’s hope this Vodafone website is not accurate.

  • Anonymous

    If there’s no 64. No thanks.

  • Allan

    No 64GB – Then I might have consider Android finally. It really would be too bad though.

  • Allan

    No 64GB – Then I might have consider Android finally. It really would be too bad though.

  • Allan

    No 64GB – Then I might have consider Android finally. It really would be too bad though.

  • Allan

    No 64GB – Then I might have consider Android finally. It really would be too bad though.

  • Before iCloud I was looking forward to getting a 64GB iphone but after it was announced I really dont see the point. Yes, there are apps that are 1GB but with iCloud and iTunes match you can put all your music in the cloud and save lots of space. 64GB would be really nice but I do not think apple will release an iPhone with that capacity this fall. And off topic, Im also considering switching to Android. Im just tired of my iphone and everything being the same. My friend got an HTC Evo 3D and it is amazing, looking forward to seeing the Samsung Galaxy S2 that Rogers is releasing. 

  • Badinage

    Even with ICloud, I want 64gb on my next phone. Not interested in streaming music I already own, and I have many maps locally on my phone for GPS navigation.

  • Badinage

    Even with ICloud, I want 64gb on my next phone. Not interested in streaming music I already own, and I have many maps locally on my phone for GPS navigation.

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