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Old 10-07-2015, 12:45 AM
 
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Whichever phone you buy, just make sure you get as much memory as you can afford. Those with only 16gb have trouble when it comes time to update the software.
Very true. As much as an Apple fan I am, I simply do not understand and am annoyed with Apple still releasing an iPhone with only 16 gigs. It should be no less than 32. Whatever.

So I traded in my uber huge 64 gig 6 Plus a couple of days ago and got the 6S with 128 gigs. Love the phone and glad to have a smaller size but tons of space for my music, apps and photos.
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Old 10-19-2015, 04:59 PM
 
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Very true. As much as an Apple fan I am, I simply do not understand and am annoyed with Apple still releasing an iPhone with only 16 gigs. It should be no less than 32. Whatever.

So I traded in my uber huge 64 gig 6 Plus a couple of days ago and got the 6S with 128 gigs. Love the phone and glad to have a smaller size but tons of space for my music, apps and photos.
And the 6s is doing 4k video with 16gb ..... that wouldn't last me a month. It bugs me they charge so much more to add memory. 32gb should be entry level now.
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Old 11-01-2015, 05:25 PM
 
Location: Not where you ever lived
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When I boiught my current Mac in 2011/2 I had a choice between an i5 mini, and i7 Server min/1T hard drive. I bought the server as I wanted the Intel i7 and the larger hard driver. I've upgraded four times now and I still have pleny of speed and space.

If you are going to keep your phone more than 2 years then invest in the larger of the two. If you are going to trade in at the end of two years, go for the smallest. Either way you will not be disappointed.

Users are often frustrated as they don't select the right product for their needs now or in the future.
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Old 11-01-2015, 09:58 PM
 
Location: Not far from Fairbanks, AK
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16 Gigs is plenty for me and my wife (two phones with 16GB each). All depends on what you do with your smartphone (how many apps, videos, photos, and the rest you want saved in it). But 32 GB should be entry level these days, since people do so much with their phones, including watching movies.
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Old 11-08-2015, 03:05 AM
 
Location: State of Grace
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DH and I are planning on tossing our ancient flip phones and buying an iphone 6s Plus (128 GB) model each.

I'm legally blind, so the larger screen is a plus for me.

What DH and I want, but can find no data on, is the real time visual (while we're talking) feature, and I'm wondering if this phone has it. Everywhere I've looked tells me everything else but this. Does anyone know if the 6S Plus has this feature?

BTW, I'm in Canada, and our provider (Telus) wants $186 CAD ($139.79 USD) for unlimited everything nationwide, and 10 GB each - PLUS the cost of the phones, which is near enough $1,000 CAD ($751.57 USD) each, paid upfront.

TIA everyone.
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