Can I upgrade the iPhone 6 Plus from 64 GB storage to 128 GB
Is it possible to switch out the 64 GB flash drive in my iPhone 6 Plus and put in the 128 GB drive instead? Was this possible in older iPhone models?
There is no flash drive just soldered flash memory chips.
Sadly, you'll need to swap out the complete logic board which is quite expensive! Best to sell and buy a new unit with the larger storage.
While the flash chip can be replaced it does take a bit of skill, availability of the chip and the needed programer. This it's not a DIY project for a good 90% of us.
Even still as Tom pointed out there are risks if the upgrade will be stable and its already known some actions don't work correctly.
Given the market its still better to buy a new phone! If you must trade it in or even sell it your self to recover a good part of the costs of a new phone.
You can resolder a bigger chip onto it, then you'd have to do some factory level programming to initialize the chip and write config data into it, which i don't know if it is possible.
It is possible now, some Chinese repair shops are offering this upgrade:
Based on customer feedback, if all serial number/MAC addresses are rewritten properly, the phone works with no problems. However Activation Lock seems non-functional, you can successfully enable find my iPhone on it, locate it remotely, but after a DFU forced restore, the phone can just be activated again without having to reenter your apple ID.
And whether new updates or activation server changes will improve or destroy the phones are not known.
Yes you can. But the only way is change the flash ic inside logic board and need to reprogram the serial no. same as your existing flash ic serial no.
The only way to upgrade the internal storage is to swap in a logic board from the same model with a larger storage module. As other posters have mentioned, it's possible to unsolder the storage chip from the logic board and solder in a larger one from the same model/generation - if you can find a larger module and do the solder/replacement without wrecking the logic board altogether, or can find someone you can trust to do the work.
This has been true for every model/generation of the iPhone.
However, if the goal is simply to get more mobile storage attached to the iPhone you already have, there are external options for adding extra storage:
It totally is. I’m starting to think jessbethany has some affiliation with Apple.
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