Could the next iPhone really have 80GB? What do think are the chances of that happening?
Now usually these modules consist of 2, 4, 8 or 16 units. But could Apple as by far the largest flash memory buyer demand a custom 10x 64Gbit module from IMFT (their 25nm 64Gbit modules should be in mass production by now) or a 20x 32Gbit module from anyone else for their flagship device?
I mean 80GB would be great for Apple to differentiate its flagship device from the competition, who mostly just can't afford to demand a custom made flash memory module and will be stuck at 64GB in smartphones for some time (128GB would require 2 chips, that means more room an the motherboard and it would be far more expensive than Apple's 80GB).