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lpod touch 4

Discussion in 'Apple iOS (OS & Devices)' started by SONofSAM, Feb 12, 2011.

  1. SONofSAM

    SONofSAM Member

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    l'm looking at getting an ipod touch 4,l won't have a lot of songs on it,but want games and taking movies,pic's, is the base model big enough?
     
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    how would we know?

    if you want to store more than 8GB, then no... it won't be enough
     
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    l tried googling but can't find answer.
    Like if l had 1 hour HD video,how much would that take up?
     
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    quick google search tells me highest quality is 10mbps... so just under 5GB per hour
     
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    I would really advise against the 8GB model. I've filled 9GB on my iPhone with my music and2 movies. Just play it safe.
     
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    Thanks mate,a sensible reply.
     
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    No worries. And I tend to work on this train of thought with portable storage. How much room do I need at the moment to put everything I want? Now double it.

    I had ~6GB music. Double that. 12GB. Move up the the next capacity: 16GB. That's what i chose. Sadly, there's no 16GB iPod Touch, so you're better off with the 32GB.

    Given that the new ones have the better screen and specs, you should be able to hang onto it long enough to justify the extra space.
     
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    If you can afford the extra $$ for the 32GB, go for it, I've managed to use 13 gigs on my iPhone and that's just music, I haven't even bothered to chuck any movies on it yet.

    Just remember, you can always not use all the space on a larger model, but you can't upgrade the space on a smaller one. That's how I look at it anyway.
     

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