I got the iPhone 6 on release day but really wanted the 6+. I got the 64GB, because my 16GB iPhone 5 was tight on space and I couldn't upgrade the OS without freeing up space (but see below). I took a good number of photos which were the main usage hog. Anyway, my plan was to give the 6 to my wife and get a 6+ 64GB, but now I'm wondering if maybe I really could get by with just 16GB. Here's what I'm thinking: - I don't store music or videos on my phone. For music, I stream. - I don't play games very often, and when I do, it's usually puzzle games. - I could probably free up some extra space by not bothering with the Apple's Office-style apps (Pages, Numbers, etc.), since I don't think I've ever used them. - I used to think that I needed to free up space in order to upgrade the iOS, but I later discovered that I could upgrade regardless of space by doing the upgrade via tethering the iPhone to my MacBook and doing the upgrade via iTunes. There's just one space issue I'm really concerned about: Photos and Videos. Now, I don't often take videos (and certainly not long ones), so I won't worry too much about that. For Photos, what do the rest of you 16GB folks do to get by? I suppose I should just get in the habit of letting iCloud do its thing, and then downloading them (permanently) to my MacBook from the cloud, right? What about other photo cloud options? Is the Flickr app (or other alternatives) good in terms of being able to set it up to auto-upload your photos frequently? The only other thing I worry about, is how do I know for sure that a photo is safe to delete from my phone? I suppose I should be safe by just deleting the older ones, since those *should* have been uploaded to the cloud. I could also sync my iPhone to my MacBook more frequently and make sure the photos get backed up that way. Any of you who are using a 16GB iPhone 6 or 6+ (or even an older iPhone running iOS8), please chime in with your thoughts.