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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Risco, Sep 25, 2015.
As the title says, would it have swerved your decision?
Not at all. I would still choose the maximum capacity that Apple offers - as I have always done.
32GB - iPhone 3GS
64GB - iPhone 5
128GB - iPhone 6+
For me, needing the capacity is irrelevent. I buy what I want.
I probably would have done it when I got the iP6 (not getting the 6s) but knowing now that I have a lot of videos and pictures on my phone, I would opt for the 64GB for the iP7.
Yes, I would be getting 64GB regardless but my girlfriend would probably be fine with 32GB.
I would probably choose 32 GB of 6S Plus. Now i got the 64 GB 6S
$100 for 32 more GB or $200 for 96 GB.
I would have got the 32gb option. Thats what I got when I purchased a Galaxy S6 and that was enough for me. Next year I really hope Apple makes 32gb the base model.
I probably would have. On my 32 GB iPhone 5s I still have some free space left, although of course that doesn't account for larger photos, videos, and apps.
My 5S has served me well with 32 GB, especially now I don't store music on the device and just use cloud services. Used: 23.6 GB, free: 2.7 GB. Photos still take up a big chunk (but iCloud helps here), and I tend to remove games that I'm no longer playing. That being said, I've got a 64 GB 6S on the way, so the extra space will be useful I think. I can imagine some newer games getting even bigger and it's a nice safety net to not worry about running out of space.
If it was the base, then yes I would have gotten that.
I'd be borderline. If this was a year ago then I'd say 32GB is enough. But now with 4K video I think it's still good to go 64GB.
I could quite easily make do with 32GB and if that's what the base model came with then I would happily buy it. I don't store music on my phone and 4K video is unnecessary for me, besides I could export it as soon as it was shot. There is no benefit in playing back 4K video on the phone itself so unless you're someone who shoots a ton of 4K video whilst on vacation I can't see it being an issue.
I'm always running out of room in my 32 gb iPad mini 2 and I don't take any pictures with it. I think 64 should be the minimum. I would have gotten the 128 if I could have afforded it.
If the 32gb version was the base, I would have stuck with that rather than paying the extra $100 for the 64gb. I think this is the exact reason why Apple could take a long time before bumping their base up from 16gb to 32gb. A 32gb base would just cannibalize a lot of their mid tier sales (whether it is 64gb or whatever new amount).
From a business standpoint, it's very smart (more people buying higher margin goods). From a consumer standpoint, I wouldn't mind saving $100 of course. And yes, I did shell out the extra $100 for the 64gb over than 16gb as 32gb is my sweet spot in terms of memory needed.
Wow, the poll is incredibly close!
I would not. I think it would have worked better for a lot of people but if you intend to shoot 4k video at all or intend to resale I would honestly not get less than 64. 128 is the most practical in my opinion. Being unable to expand memory in an iPhone makes me lean more toward more storage.
32 GB - I've lived successfully wih16GB always but just got tired or managing storage - deleting an app to try another app etc.