Rumor has it that Apple plans to increase the base storage on this year's iPhone models.
According to leakster , Apple's 2019 iPhone lineup will start with 128GB of storage. Right now, Apple's flagship iPhones start at 64GB of storage and then jump up to 256GB.
This would obviously be a huge deal if the company keeps the base models at the same starting prices. The iPhone XS starts at $999 without a trade-in and the larger iPhone XS Max starts at $1099.
This is the first time we've heard this rumor so it's far from confirmed, but if 64GB isn't enough for you, you might want to hang around and see what Apple does with its storage sizes in 2019.