I was just thinking about how Apple could abandon the 16GB iPhone option. With the iPad Pro configured with either 32GB or 128GB ($150 difference between the options), it could point to future iPhones skipping the 16GB and 64GB options as well. Those who usually buy the 16GB model would obviously be forced up to 32GB. Those who always buy the 128GB model would continue to buy that model. The major dilemma for those accustomed to 64GB storage will be whether they could live with 32GB or need the additional space to move up to 128GB. When Apple skipped the 32GB model in the iPhone 6, it made the 64GB model that much more enticing because it was a savings of $100 over the previous iPhone 5s scheme. I just don't know if the jump from 32 to 128 would be worthwhile for enough customers to improve the average selling price. But I think the iPad Pro configurations seem to point to that being a possibility in the future.