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Moreover, as the iPhone gets better, the storage burden gets worse. The iPhone SE has the exact same top-notch camera as the iPhone 6S -- which means the same Live Photos (larger than standard pics) and 4K video capture (videos that offer four times the resolution of standard 1080p HD shots). So why not bump the entry-level iPhone up to 32GB? After all, most flagship Android smartphones, including the Google Nexus 6P do so, and many -- like the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, as well as LG's upcoming G5 -- have expandable storage. Going from a 32GB Samsung or LG to a 96GB model means spending about $20 on a 64GB microSD card. Dead simple, and dirt cheap.

The simple answer is profit margin, According to IHS, an analytics firm that does teardowns and estimates bills of materials for iPads, iPhones and other products, going from 16GB to 64GB of NAND flash memory cost Apple around $17 in September 2015 -- so maybe even slightly less six months later, with prices for memory drifting downward, Yes, that's a significant sum when you consider that, according to those aforementioned teardowns/bill of materials estimates, it costs Apple around $215 to build an iPhone 6S and $231 to build an iPhone translucent co-molded case for for iphone 6/6s 6S Plus, (With no fancy 3D Touch, the iPhone SE must certainly cost less to manufacture.)..

"NAND Flash is now so cheap it's almost irrelevant, but Apple monetizes this difference with consumers, to the tune of $100 for each additional step up in memory capacity," said Andrew Rassweiler, senior director of cost benchmarking services for IHS Technology back in September. "For example, a 64GB iPhone now costs Apple about $17 more to make than a 16 GB iPhone, but Apple charges iPhone buyers $100 more for the increased memory. This is part of Apple's ongoing strategy to improve profits by selling a product mix that is heavier in the higher-end iPhones."The point is that it would only cost Apple an extra few bucks to bump the entry-level 16GB model up to 32GB, but it doesn't want do it because it really wants you to buy the 64GB model, which has significantly better profit margins.

That's Apple's prerogative, of course -- and why it's the most valuable company in the world, So why stop now?, Well, because the iPhone train is running out of steam, Sales have peaked, And with the absence of subsidized pricing, fewer translucent co-molded case for for iphone 6/6s consumers are going to be willing to pay these exorbitant prices for phones or upgrade as frequently, If Apple wants to continue charging these high prices -- yes, even $400 is high -- it's going to have to deliver some added value, And the easiest, cheapest way to do that is by adding more storage instead of skimping on it..

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