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Topic # 112490 10-Dec-2012 22:47 Send private message

It looks as if my smartphone decision is being made for me, and I will need get an iPhone.

Firstly
1) I don't listen to music on my phone, prefer in the car on the PC or via the stereo
2) I prefer to use my own digital camera, Canon G7
3) I may have at most in the live of the phone only about 20-30 apps that I will constantly use

I will have one "company app"
I will use gmail and calendar
I will use ... other productivity related apps - tasks/todo, contacts, etc.

Would 16 GB be enough, or will I find I will hit the limit very quickly.



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  Reply # 730092 11-Dec-2012 07:10 Send private message

Excellent. So the storage will last me a long time.

And yes, I had considered Android and WPhone. I would have got an S3. As to WPhone, it just looks play-schoolish.

The app has been developed for the iPhone only.


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  Reply # 732131 13-Dec-2012 16:21 Send private message

You can still get iPhone 4 8Gb at apple store and they are a good price at $599 - tell you company you want one of these and you'll take the $450 difference in cash as your xmas bonus (over an iPhone 5 16Gb).  These are still a good buy if you want an iPhone but have minimal storage requirements and only running 1 app. I'm still purchasing these for my workplace requirements.

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