I didn't fill up my Android. Which is why I bought the 16gb iPhone. But, I don't keep mp3's on it. I stream Pandora. I did have lots of pictures on it though. And I never really did get into movie viewing on it. Maybe I will with the iPhone, who knows. I bought my phone online and received it Monday. So does that mean I can't take it into a store to exchange for a 32gb?
- 02-11-2011, 12:42 PM #27iPhone Beginner
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i called and aksed can i return since i preordered, they said yup just bring everything they shipped with your phone especially recipt and its no problems, im even on a businees acct and im not the manager of and and they said no problems they dont need the manager off the acct to verify anything
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- 02-11-2011, 01:03 PM #32iPhone Intermediate
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If you anticipate the possibility that this will be your phone until iPhone 6 (assuming iPhone 5 is simply dual mode CDMA/UMTS and iPhone 6 is going to be LTE) then it's likely that your need for storage space 20 months from now will be higher than it is today.
Good choice going for the 32GB. I really don't think you will regret it one bit.
- 02-11-2011, 01:41 PM #33
I ordered the 16 GB just because for me, I can't justify spending a $100 more on a phone that will either be upgraded/sold in 2 years, broken, or lost/stolen. I am new to iPhone so maybe I'll regret it since I'm unaware of space requirements for apps and media.
I plan of using my iPhone as an mp3 player for my car but I am ok with loading only parts of my library on my phone. I couldn't load my whole library of music on my phone since I have 400 GB of songs, not too mention about 30-40 GB of mixes
- 02-11-2011, 02:21 PM #34