- 07-21-2014, 09:37 PM #2
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I would say it depends on what you want with your phone. I have an 8 Gb 5c because I mainly use the phone for calls and messages. I installed apps I use regularly (15+) and ditch every app I don't like 100%. It helps being sorting out the best apps for what I need to do with it and to avoid a clutter from apps I rarely or never would use.
I don't game on the phone and don't use it for music, I don't work with Pages etc, read occasionally a PDF file and that's about it.
Photos are deleted once I uploaded them.
I realize I'm a light user and prefer my tablet, ereader and DSLR most of the times.
The 5c actually has 5.9 gb instead of 8, just checked and only used 1.5 gb.
Taptalk eats the most bites of all my apps.
So yes it can be enough but it depends on how you want to use your device :-)
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- 07-22-2014, 11:13 PM #12
Well nikkisharif, maybe it helps I come from a Samsung Galaxy Y (LOL). That was my first cheap smart phone and I only bought it to see if I actually would use a smart phone the way they are intended. Talk about managing apps on that old phone heheh.
This year I could get the 5c 8 gb for free, a 16 gb wasn't opted, but the 5s 32 gb was, which I considered too expensive for the use it would get. I even didn't know if I would like Apple devices.
I'm happy with this phone after getting used to it, especially like the clean look of it. Actually I'm preferring IOS over Android now and I see an Ipad in my future. Who knows what my next iPhone will be.
But I think it really depends on what you want to use the phone for. If I was a busy student or could integrate it with my job, it might have been entirely different for me.
Have a great day,
PS fyi: typed on an Android tablet, only because the larger screen makes typing easier than on the 5c
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Not for me. My wife could make do with an 8 gb iPhone. She's not an app person and has very little music. She does have a lot of photos. But Dropbox and Box will take care of that. Funny part is, her 5c has 32 gb and my 5 only 16 gb.
Sent from from my ancient but trustworthy iPhone 5
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