iPad Should I take back for 32gb?

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  1. jojods macrumors regular

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    I have had my iPad Pro 9.7 for a day now and have used 15GB including all my pictures on iCloud. Do I really need 128gb or should I return it and save some money?
     
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  3. sjleworthy macrumors 65816

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    You can obviously afford the 128 so i'd stick with it if i were you. It'll soon start filling up and you'll be glad of it. And as 617 said, how can we make that choice for you? Like saking if i should get size 8 socks for the future, or the size 7 i comfortably fit into now. For the sake of a few bucks i wouldnt faff about. Go for the floppy sock option.
     
  4. AFEPPL macrumors 68020

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    What did you have before and how did you use it?
     
  5. jojods thread starter macrumors regular

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    Never had an iPad before I have used 50gb on my 64gb 6 plus
     
  6. AFEPPL macrumors 68020

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    Then yes, i'd say you'll struggle with the 32GB.
     
  7. jojods thread starter macrumors regular

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    Even if it's only for apps? All my music is on the cloud
     
  8. TheRealAlex macrumors 65816

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    Of course take it back. Post purchase disassociation or buyers remorse is not good for you. It won't be long until we can use USB drives on Pro devices anyways. How much is the 128GB version anyways?

    My 32GB Sprint LTE model was $729 but Sprint matched Verizon at $529 so even I saved $70 bucks over a standard LTE Celluar model. You could save almost $200 cash or more.

    I'd return it buy a 32GB model and buy an Apple Pencil and pretend it just came with a free Apple Pencil and you would still be in the black.

    Heck I just deleted Garage Band and that's 1.2GB freed space I'm at 17.5GB free. I can add a lot of more stuff.

    I think the biggest mistake people make is Restoring an iPhone back up to an iPad. It's a lot of junk and clutter Pics and useless data
     
  9. AFEPPL macrumors 68020

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    Well only you truly know, but... Given you are at half full now and are openly worrying about it, i'd say don't worry and get the bigger size to start with. Personally, id be tempted to return it, hold off buying another one for a month, wait for the discounts to kick in and id "guess" you'll be getting the 128GB version for similar money to the 32GB now.
     
  10. Kristine macrumors 6502a

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    I returned my 128GB for the 32GB. Money was not a concern, but I only ever used 5GB on my iPad Air 2, and the same on my iPP 128GB so would rather save the AUD$250 price difference.
     
  11. ZBoater macrumors G3

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    You need 256GB. Then space won't ever be a problem got you. Ever. Start taking videos!
     
  12. Capt T macrumors 6502a

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    One day and you are already half way to filling it....I would suggest keeping the 128gb if you plan on keeping it for more than a year.
     
  13. 12vElectronics macrumors 68040

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    Keep the 128gb. I know it sounds good to save money now but with people holding on to their iPads even longer it's good to have the extra space.
     

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