With the report from WSJ that only some of the higher end iPhone 6 models will receive sapphire screens, I think this is a good sign that the high mark ups for flash storage is a thing of the past. I am not naive to think the 16 gbs model will be the same price as 64 gb but I do believe for the additional $200 or $250 will include 64 gbs AND sapphire. Flash storage pricing was a major cash cow for Apple however it wasn't going to be maintained for much longer. By doing this type of pricing structure, I also think it will cause the average consumer to spend more on the higher-end model than before. Running out of storage is a manageable issue however cracking a screen is often not without an expense. The upfront expense to buy the more durable screen may avoid some of those cracks and save the client on apple care+. This will potentially lead to more revenue as people will download more apps/music with the added space than before.