32GB or 64GB??


rmhop81

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Apr 4, 2005
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Which version are you getting?

I assume most things will stream as well or better than before but
for me....i ordered the 32gb, if i like it that much and end up really enjoying it and using it then i'll order a 64gb for the tv room and put the 32gb in the bedroom. so i'm basically testing it out by getting the smaller version first. if it's just so so and i don't end up using much space...i may also just snag another 32gb instead of going the 64gb route. but who knows...lol
 

mcdj

macrumors G3
Jul 10, 2007
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NYC
My Dad always used to say, "For 50 bucks more, get the top of the line."

Ok, he never said that. But I always pretend he did, and it has served me well, in those rare occasions when the top of the line is only 50 bucks more.

I'd always rather have unused space than run out. It's way too early to determine if 64gb is overkill. I'd rather be safe than sorry. Especially for only 50 bucks. Thanks Dad.
 
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T5BRICK

macrumors G3
Aug 3, 2006
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In the past I have always gone with the highest capacity available, but now that almost everything I do is streamed, I'm planning on getting the 32GB version.
 

nutmac

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Mar 30, 2004
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32GB, mainly because I think Apple will be updating it in 1-3 years with 4K.
 

Applenoob34

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Feb 18, 2014
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Can movies be stored? Or music? Or is the storage space strictly for apps or games? If movies can be downloaded for offline play, I would get the 64.
 

Surf Monkey

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Oct 3, 2010
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Portland, OR
I went with the 64 due to the more favorable price per gig. In my opinion, even with Apple managing your local storage, it's always the best policy to get as much hard wired memory as you can afford.