Apple yesterday unveiled two new models of the iPhone and iPod Touch which come loaded with twice the memory compared to previous versions, following last month’s launch of a service which allows users to download movies onto the devices.
The four million unit selling iPhone now boasts 16 GB flash memory version, while the top end iPod touch now comes with 32 GB of memory, reported Reuters.
“There are a lot of users out there for whom there is never enough memory,” said Greg Joswiak, Apple's head of global marketing for iPod and iPhone. “We've given people more and more content that they can put on their iPhones. We always put our products out there and hope the market likes them. The higher-capacity models have always done well.”