- 03-22-2007, 03:21 PM #51
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- 03-22-2007, 03:29 PM #55
Oh and if 8 hours of tv shows is not enough for you before you are able to sync up the next week's episodes, I'm not sure what to say. Maybe "get a life".
- 03-22-2007, 03:33 PM #56
- 03-22-2007, 04:28 PM #57
I have no opinion one way or another about the iPhone, I was merely stating that more memory is possible with the Treo and not the iPhone.
Did you have a nice trip? I can see the iPhone threads will have a lot more fire in them now...you were missed
- 03-22-2007, 05:43 PM #58
And here's what you're missing in my case. Another reason I need all that music is so I DON'T have to keep syncing. I have much of what I want already on the iPod. Also videos take up more space than music. If I want videos on the iPhone, I'm then going to have to ration even more space.
I actually don't seriously use phones for music unlike others. Until the iPhone came into view as a chance to dump the iPod, that is.
But when I ask the iPod to shuffle everything, I get either the same artist, album, genre or song within a short period of time. It went through 5 of the same genre just the other day. And I have an even mix of everything on there. I just loaded more music on there, let's see if that helps.
- 03-23-2007, 09:03 AM #63
I do use my Treo for entertainment, I don't see the need to own an iPod. It was the reason I went with a converged device in the first place. Now granted, I don't have NEAR the music others that use the 60gb and 80gb iPods have. But, I do like to carry my favorite shows and movies around with me. And contrary to others, I do like to watch them repeatedly...that would be why they're my favorites...
You're a good example of why we should be careful before assuming what others need or want in terms of storage. So is the person who showed me 7GB of music on his iPod, and that was before he loaded any videos. All the iPhone's space is blown right there, if he ever decides to use it. He said he was going to try it, but was going to try a Shuffle first(I don't know why not a Nano) to see if he can handle less space.
- 03-23-2007, 11:22 AM #65
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- 03-23-2007, 11:44 AM #68
this is why i love treocentral....it's not so much what one learns about Treos but what one learns about the consumer.
- 03-23-2007, 11:55 AM #69
my phone i speak on and respond to work emails. i sometimes check the news or sport scores. that's it. i know, i'm boring and not converged. oh well, my loss i suppose.
15gb....only on treocentral.
- 03-23-2007, 11:56 AM #70
- 03-23-2007, 12:01 PM #71
I barely use the Treo(or any other phone) for anything other than business also, BUT the iPhone is also an iPod. Steve Jobs said so . I was hoping I could use it for both iPod and phone. But I have found the larger capacity hard drive iPods are more for me because I'm only going to be adding more music and video. I just got a whole lot of music this week. And I'm not even done ripping all my favorites off my CDs.
- 03-23-2007, 12:11 PM #73
good for them.
Those are the people the 80GB was made for, and now it looks like it's time for the 100GB, LOL!
I notice some of those people are using Lossless. That's a high quality format. You can increase your files sizes big time using that! I got a 24-25MB song once, that adds up. So I stuck with high quality MP3 and AAC, and even those can end up 10MB or more if the song is 7 min. long., which many are.
- 03-23-2007, 12:26 PM #75