The iPhone 4 goes on sale next week, and it’s coming in two storage flavours: 16GB and 32GB. You can’t expand storage through memory cards, so which will you choose? We’d like to hear what you plan to store on your iPhone 4, so let us know below.
Pricing for the iPhone 4 has yet to be confirmed, so we don’t know what the difference between the 16GB and 32GB models will be in terms of how drastically they lighten your wallet. But merely on a practical level, will 16GB be enough room for all the music, videos and apps you plan on stuffing onto your iPhone 4?
I just took a look at my iTunes library, which I don’t consider to be particularly extensive. There’s certainly no lossless music in there, and no videos at all. It’s over 22GB, so if you’re a bit of a music nut and really want to use your iPhone 4 as an iPod (didn’t Steve Jobs once describe the iPhone as “the best iPod ever”?), you’re either going to need to go for the 32GB edition or be picky about which music you transfer onto your 16GB model.
And music is just one thing you’ll need to store on there. The iPhone 4 features 720p HD video recording, and any footage you capture will doubtless take up a fair bit of space. And then there are the videos you’ve bought, and apps, and photos…
So what do you reckon? Will you go for the 16GB iPhone 4 or its roomier 32GB cousin? Tell us in the comments section below.
Out 24 June | £TBC | Apple