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Can't Decide! 16g or 32g!? Ahhhh!
This will be my 1st iPhone purchase, iPhone 4g! I just can't decide if I should fork over the extra hundred and get the 32g. I don't plan on having to much music, but I do plan on taking pics, recording in HD, and getting many apps. I feel like I could just put the pics on the internet and do the same with the videos, to have more room. I just don't exactly know how much stuff I can jam into my iPhone . . .
And actually after writing this I feel that a 16g will be sufficent enough, but what are your thoughts?
- 06-15-2010, 01:28 AM #2
The HD video is gonna take up a decent amount of space. So if you're gonna be recording a lot of video 32 might be better. I have a 16 3GS and I've got about 4 gigs left on it now, but I only have about 50 of 240 apps installed. LOL
- 06-15-2010, 01:50 AM #3
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- 06-15-2010, 02:05 AM #8 iPhone 4 32GB
MacBook Air 13.3" (May 2011)
iPad 2 16GB
- 06-15-2010, 02:59 AM #9
- 06-15-2010, 03:00 AM #10iMore Expert
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I'm going for the 16GB. Ive managed just fine with my 8GB iPhone 3G thus far and I got the 32GB iPad and my MacBook holds 320GB so any movies I make I can just move onto my MacBook.
iPhone 5S - 64GB Space Grey
iPad Mini - 32GB Black
Apple TV 2nd Gen
MacBook Pro - 250GB Aluminum Unibody
- 06-15-2010, 06:31 AM #11
32gb for me. I like to carry a good bit of music...but more importantly, I like to carry some movies for me and the kids.
And apps are starting to take more and more space....especially if you have a navigation map like Navigon (which I recommend) or TomTom.....those weigh in at about 1-1.5gb. OUCH.
- 06-15-2010, 06:56 AM #12
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- 06-15-2010, 08:58 AM #14
After looking at my current usage and how I use the phone, I'm going with 16.
- 06-15-2010, 09:14 AM #15
I am debating 16 or 32 as well. I only have about 1.3 gigs left after syncing all apps, music, music videos, and photos. However I don't really use the camera, don't plan to do a lot of HD recording and probably could just remove the music videos when needed. My apps are also synced at my discretion. Any help guys?
- 06-15-2010, 09:16 AM #16
Where I luck out is that I don't use my iPhone as an iPod or to watch movies, so I don't use that space. I've only used 4GB so far with apps, recorded videos and pictures, and even if I double the space of the pictures and videos it barely eclipses 1GB. I'm ok with 16