I've always had 16GB iPhones, ever since the 16GB option was made available. Even my touches, I'd always get the 16GB. It worked perfectly for me, because my usage has always been minimal enough. I've used Spotify since it launched in the US (and I'm now on Apple Music), I used online photo storage services (now using iCloud Photo Library along side Google Photos), and I don't use that many apps. Plus I now have unlimited data so I'm not worried about accessing my content anymore. However, as time progresses, more and more resources are being required. I have 300 photos, no local music, and about 30ish apps. I have 1.5GB of storage free. 3 years ago on 16GB I probably would have had 2-3x more space available. I mean, I'm not saying "take out all the new features" but it's definitely annoying. Of course, App Splicing should help this issue, but a good chunk of my storage is being used for cache by apps like Facebook and Snapchat (Facebook is about 370MB of storage, with only 100 of those being the actual app), which have no way to clear the cache, and I don't exactly rely on iOS to clean it properly. So, when the 6s comes out, if there's no 32 option (either as a base model or say, a $50 upgrade), then chances are I'll go to 64GB. I DEFINITELY don't consume enough content on my phone to really justify 64GB completely (tablets and desktops are an entirely different story, however, as that's where I do most of my media consumption outside of streaming music and reading news). I'd much more prefer a 32GB option, or maybe iOS 9's final form will be good enough at managing the system that I can go with a 16 again, but if the camera upgrades are true and if apps keep getting bigger and better, I might as well just get a 64. So how about it 16GBers, will you be upgrading your devices or will you rest on 16GB for another cycle?