If a leaked Apple Retail training document is to be believed then the 64/128GB variants of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will come with Apple’s iWork and iLife suite of applications pre-installed. No such mention of this was made at the Apple event on September 9th but that doesn’t entirely rule out the possibility given the fact that last year Apple announced that any and all iOS devices will be able to download these apps for absolutely no charge at all, previously customers were required to pay for them.
The leaked training document lists that iMovie, GarageBand, Keynote, Pages, Numbers and iTunes U will be pre-installed on 64GB and 128GB variants of iPhone 6/iPhone 6 Plus. Those who opt for the 16GB variants of both smartphones will be able to download these applications for free through the iOS App Store.
While Apple retained the base 16GB variant this year it did away with the 32GB option and replaced it with 64GB across both iPhones. 128GB variant was a new addition this year to the iPhone lineup and it will no doubt be appreciated by those Apple fans which have been pressing the company to offer more onboard storage.
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus pre-orders have already reached new records. Apple is going to start shipping the new smartphones on September 19th so we’ll know soon enough if these apps really are pre-installed on the 64/128GB variants.