Everyone likes a little upgrade to their every technology, and it can be argued that the most everyday technology we all use is the phone you have in your pocket that you’ve probably checked at least once since you started reading this article. With the reveal of the iPhone 6 at their big event people are already cheering for the new unit, but should we be careful with which new phones we buy?
With prices starting at $199 for the iPhone 6 and $299 for the iPhone 6S they are not the most expensive starting phone on the market, but these two little prices come with a cost. The built in memory of the phone is only 16GB.
I know this may sound bad, but I recently upgraded my phone and I have found that not having enough memory (be it on the actual phone or a big enough memory card ready) has meant that everything from your pictures to your music must be controlled before you get the warnings about “low memory”. With $100 adding to each level of memory, making it $299 and $399 for the iPhone 6 128GB and 256GB phones, it’s clear that some users may want to save that little extra before finally replacing your current phone.
How much memory do you have on your phone? Are you looking to upgrade your phone and if so does the amount of memory you have matter to you?
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