Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by g.b.a., Apr 24, 2008.
... is it really enough (capacity)? or do you prefer or it's better to have a 16GB?
I find it enough. I done have all that much music though.Please Register or Log in to view images
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I'm fairly happy with the 8gb, I have a music collection that is about 4gb so it's perfect for me. It would be nice to be able to put a couple more full length movies but you don't watch them as much as I originally thought, it's just easier to swap out movies every now and then.
i have a 16 and its pretty much empty, i wish the 32 had been out when i got my 16. I recommend getting a 32
My library is about 10 gb and even with ROMs and applications and things like that, I still have a fair amount of space on my 16 GB, I don't think I'll need an upgrade. Obviously, if you have a large music library you should either buy a model with more space, or do what I did and reduce the bit rate to 128 kbps, because you can't tell the difference on an iPod anyway. Because I have a little over 3000 songs at 128 kbps and its 10 gb, so at 320 kbps it would take up 25 GB. Its just a waste.
if you have movies and bajillion songs, IRS not big enough
I have like 10 bands and a couple youtube videos so its fine for me
i've been thinking of buying the 16GB, but it is still expensive at the moment... (especially the 32GB!!!)...
so i might get the 8GB instead... but i'm afraid that i may not have enough space if I would like to install some apps, music and photos...
yea u wont' try and save up for the 32 or 16
apps and photos are REALLY SMALL
Don't worry about them, the music takes up most space.... I have about 800 songs and a ton of apps and pictures ,
its about halfway full
Yea I have it too and it works, but if you want to have a lot of pics, music, and movies then don't bother with the 8GB. Mines ok, but I'm getting the iPhone because of bluetooth and speakers and all that. So my point is that don't get something that you think you won't have enough storage for.
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