How Much Space Do You Want On Your Mobile Device?
(Note - As always I did s search for such a question, many ways to word a question.)
How much space do you prefer to have on your device?
Once the Ipod Touch increases to 128GB will you want more?
Is 8GB, 16GB 32GB 64Gb enough for you?
Do you like to keep your entire music collection on your portable devices?
32GB is doing just fine for me on the iPhone, 64GB would just allow for a high level of music and movies which is not needed as I have almost two dozen as is.
If I had an iPad I would want the 64GB model with a possible 128GB.
Could anyone use a device with 256GB?
Answer by r0bErT4u · Sep 02, 2010 at 09:24 AM
After years of using many mobile devices, I've Adapted my Memory Storage Needs & Preferences. Apple, Inc. most likely has carefully researched the Memory Storage Needs & Preferences, thus the current 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB drive sizes. I've been happy with the 16GB drives, and have over 9GB Free Space on average, because I only keep what I actually will be using. I can be a Pack Rat with larger storage. My trend seems to want more!, More!!, MORE!!! --- That said, I'd prefer having Endless Memory!**
Endless Memory is a feature on my Eye-Fi Cards. I set a threshold on my cards, that when reached starts uploading to the cloud & deletes the oldest files on the card.
Answer by djmoore711 · Sep 03, 2010 at 08:32 PM
I've gotten used to 16GB on my iPhone 3GS, but I'd die for a 128GB iPod Touch 5G (or whatever generation they release that capacity in).
I have 100GB of music, movies, and podcasts on my laptop right now, and would love to carry all of that around on an iPod Touch.
Answer by Xiro · Sep 03, 2010 at 09:42 PM
We are going for the second year without any real memory upgrade to the iPod or iphone line, I wonder if next year we will see a flash based device around 128GB of storage. Personally my 32GB is really enough, fits my music (that I really do not play on the go) and movies (which I do use from time to time or if the power went out) Was used to flash based memory dropping in price each year when a larger ones is released, prices seem very stable for awhile now with no real drop. The iPad is a device that could use 128GB.
I wonder when or if they will make the iPod classic flash based, people would still want it at its current price and there is no way a 128GB flash based player is going to cost under $250 any time soon.
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