How can you manage with a small 16GB on your iPhone? There’s a way you can do so if not willing to pay more for higher storage? Please feel free to check out this post right now, where a China’s Shenzhen market is hsowing it’s very much possible to upgrade your iPhone or even iPad from 16GB to 128GB, for just $60, in 30 minutes.
Admitting that Apple has only provided us to choose an iPhone in two model types in general to pick from with every release. It could change when the potential introduction of a 4-inch model – the iPhone 5se – could bump that up to three and make the decision even harder. Current situation needs more internal storage capacity and that’s needed on the iPhone.
Perfect way to get more storage space would instantly opt for the top-of-the-range 128GB iPhone model of our choosing when purchasing a new device. Apple actually charges a $100 premium for every capacity bump. Jumping from a 16GB to a 64GB costs an extra $100. Making the next jump up to 128GB costs an additional $200 over the entry-level 16GB version.
Without any price steep, in China’s Shenzhen market where you can buy pretty much anything you really could dream up. It appears that you can walk into the market, find a suitable vendor, and purchase one on spot capacity upgrade for your iPhone at a mere relatively minor financial outlay of just $60. That means you can opt for the 16GB version, but upgrade up to 128GB storage for just $60, rather than paying Apple an additional $200 for that privilege. Interested ones can, need to be able to get to the Shenzhen market.
Point to be noted that this upgrade to 128GB from 16GB iPhone process itself requires a fair of trust to be given to the vendor. The iOS device in question, may be an iPhone 6, iPad Air, or older – needs to be taken apart piece-by-piece by an expert to allow the new Toshiba storage ship to be embedded. The exisiting storage is then transferred across to the new 128GB chip, and this happens in just 30 minutes of time.
No loss of existing data occurs. It offers huge storage benefits and only costs $60. Sounds like the best solution for thos who can access the market locally. What about warranty? Of course, going through this process will entirely void your official stamping with Apple warrant.
If the same happening in your region, then it’s a good idea to opt but traveling long way and upgrading your iPhone storage to massive is somewhat unusual. So wait for another type of storage management solution.
You may also like to check out: