View Poll Results: 16GB or 32GB? Which one will you be purchasing?
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- 01-13-2011, 02:54 PM #2
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- 01-13-2011, 03:14 PM #6iPhone Newbie
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The smartest move is just to get a 32--because the bigger the better--as they say. The more the merrier. And best of all, you're getting a beautiful phone and spending a lot on it, so I say go big or go home!! :-) (I went from an 8gb 2gen ipod touch to a 32GB iPod 4gen--amazing btw) and I have a lot more space now than before (obviously), but the point is that it just feels better knowing I spent 100 bucks more getting the 32GB iPhone rather than a 16....plus hopefully I can use my NE2 credit towards it, one, last, time lol.
- 01-13-2011, 03:27 PM #7
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- 01-13-2011, 04:20 PM #11
I'm going to get the 32 gb just to make sure I have enough room for all my songs, apps, videos, and whatever else I feel like putting on there. I have an 8gb ipod nano right now that I keep having to remove songs from because it keeps getting full and I would like to not have to worry about removing songs when I get the iPhone. I'll be using my iPhone as my full-time ipod since my ipod nano doesnt fit all my songs and it's on it's deathbed as the screen stopped lighting up I'm sure the 16gb would be enough but I'd rather have more space than less.
- 01-13-2011, 04:45 PM #12
I learned my lesson with the 16GB iPad(12.6GB usable space). So 32GB for sure on the iPhone. It just doesn't make sense to skimp. Especially considering we cant upgrade until Oct 2012 when both the iPhone 5 AND IPhone 6 will already be released.
I get new phones all the time. Basically a new phone every 3 months or so. If you take care of your phone you can sell it, pay full retail for the new phone with the difference being what an upgrade costs. I cant promise this will happen every time..... but I have always done pretty well.
I cant imagine having the same phone for 20 months to 2 years... but then, I am a cell phone *****.
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- 01-13-2011, 07:51 PM #20
You'll see a i4 32GB used sell for anywhere from $400-600 as of right now... maybe more... rather be a little low on my figures... look at this way.. sold 16GB 3GS after i4 was announced last year for $300... that was $100 than i paid for it. . .Cleveland
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And, I'm not trying to push my preference on others, so I've got no reason to go and join an android forum to talk about how awesome iPhone is. That's like going to a KKK meeting and trying to show people the latest queen latifah movie...
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- 01-13-2011, 10:10 PM #25
32GB for me. I have a large iTunes collection and I want to be able to download videos and apps without worrying about storage space. For me the extra $100 is money well-spent---I learned that lesson when I bought an 8GB iPod Touch (3rd gen).