1. zackawee27's Avatar
    I think you should be fine with 8 gb. I had an Ipod Touch and i had like 20 songs and like 40 apps and still had about 5.7 gb. Good Luck!
    10-06-2011 03:51 PM
  2. ivan1.ruiz's Avatar
    If you want to play games and want music and pictures 8gb is not enough! Get the 16 or 32

    "Think Different"
    ~ Steve Jobs ~
    10-06-2011 04:27 PM
  3. AdamRoxby's Avatar
    I have always gone for the highest space possible just because of the amount of songs I have. I was also wondering how much HD video it can record as this is a very new area for me.
    10-06-2011 05:37 PM
  4. genesissiseneg's Avatar
    Do apps really take up a lot of space or is the fact that I'll want a lot of apps?
    10-06-2011 10:12 PM
  5. ivan1.ruiz's Avatar
    Do apps really take up a lot of space or is the fact that I'll want a lot of apps?
    Depends on the app. Like I have Navigon gps and that's like 1.5GB and the FIFA 2012 game is like 1.5GB as well

    "Think Different"
    ~ Steve Jobs ~
    10-06-2011 10:14 PM
  6. anon(39328)'s Avatar
    My opinion is that you should get the iphone with the largest available space that you can afford. How you use your iphone will likely be completely different to how you used your previous phone. One of the unfortunate facts about the iphone is that you cannot upgrade the memory. Better to have a lot of extra space early on and not have to worry about running out of space later.
    10-06-2011 10:25 PM
  7. Uselessbass's Avatar
    Like everybody says get the most u can afford my wife doesn't use many apps and barley any music and her 16 gig is constantly full and that's with a iPhone 4 if u get the 4s the pics and video are gonna take up a lot more memory since its 8 mp now and 1080p hd video
    10-06-2011 11:57 PM
  8. Tornedo500's Avatar
    I have an 8 gig iPhone 4. 8 gig is plenty!
    03-12-2012 09:29 AM
  9. Bittersweet BB's Avatar
    Based upon what you said, 16BG should be more than enough. However, let me just say this. I have found that the more space you have, the more you use. It's like having a fish that grows to fit the tank. I had the iPhone 4 16GB and with about 500 songs, 200 pics and 40 or so apps, I still had about 5GB left, which is plenty. When I upgraded to the 4S, I got the 32GB because I could afford it and because I figured why not be able to have more space to save things? I really only use iCloud for contacts and I sync my pics to my Mac weekly. But now, with the 32GB model, I have about 17GB left. So I've used more than I did before with my 4S.

    So, as others have said, get what you can afford. As it stands it seems like the 16GB is good for you. BUT, if you can afford the 32GB, then go for it. You will be thankful you did because it affords you the ability to have more apps, pics, music, even TV shows etc.
    03-12-2012 09:32 PM
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