- Sep 7, 2010
It's terrible for me, cause I have to spend more money because the base SKU is still stuck in 2011 storage-wise. How is having to spend more money not a terrible thing?
Like I said, it's great for Apple, and horrible for us. All of us.
I'm not sure how any other logical person could disagree.
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It's not horrible for me, it's irrelevant for me because I won't be using the 32GB model just like I didn't use the 16GB model. I disagree with you that it's a terrible thing because it's not a terrible thing...it's simply a business move that doesn't really hurt or help the consumer because nobody is FORCED to buy the device.
A logical person can present what I just said towards your rant and say that you're simply taking Apple's business decisions personally, and applying overly dramatic words to them like "terrible". Businesses aren't here to make everything fair for the consumer, nor are they out there to make sure your money is stretched as far as it possibly can go relevant to what you're buying...no, they are trying to make a profit, and Apple did that in spades with the 16GB model, just like they will with the 32GB model (only a little lesser now because it'll cost them more to produce it by comparison).