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  Reply # 1384964 10-Sep-2015 13:14
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chiefie: Actually thinking more and more so... with iOS 9 App Thinning, and the reduced monthly subscription of iCloud Storage plans, I think 16GB would be sufficient - I've been using 16GB iPhone 5, and with 20GB iCloud Storage for Photos and Backups etc... I've taken the hard and fast discipline on keeping what really matter to me with me and not every little things. So I think it is possible to get along just fine with 16GB.


I have a 64GB 6 Plus and have only used a fraction of the storage. I have  photos set to go to One Drive (1TB) and I delete them off my phone on a regular basis.  I also think  16GB is probably enough.


not enough when you're on a 1 week holiday in the middle of nowhere :) ....


Then you just USB/OTG the files across to a flashdrive, or use a wifi HDD, portable router with mSD card, the options available to cater for occasional big data use are plentiful and probably money better spent than extra storage space on a phone that gets replaced annually or biannually

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Reply # 1385000 10-Sep-2015 14:06
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joker97: all i'm interested is 4K video ... does the 6S (non plus) get 4K video too?


How are  you going to show 4K video on your 4K TV??  Not with the new Apple TV and it's a complete waste  viewing it on a phone screen..


I don't have a 4K TV

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1385002 10-Sep-2015 14:13
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My old Apple TV has so many crashes and network errors I would never buy another. Every time it comes up with "We can't access that content right now, please try again later" my wife says, "God I hate Apple!"

The only way to get it to stream content after that  is reach over the back and pull the power cord, wait 10 seconds and plug it back in.




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  Reply # 1385025 10-Sep-2015 14:57
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mdooher: My old Apple TV has so many crashes and network errors I would never buy another. Every time it comes up with "We can't access that content right now, please try again later" my wife says, "God I hate Apple!"

The only way to get it to stream content after that  is reach over the back and pull the power cord, wait 10 seconds and plug it back in.


Yeah, they don't know how to make decent products or stable operating systems... and you'd think that it would sort out your network issues for you!




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  Reply # 1385028 10-Sep-2015 15:00
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mdooher: My old Apple TV has so many crashes and network errors I would never buy another. Every time it comes up with "We can't access that content right now, please try again later" my wife says, "God I hate Apple!"

The only way to get it to stream content after that  is reach over the back and pull the power cord, wait 10 seconds and plug it back in.


Yeah, they don't know how to make decent products or stable operating systems... and you'd think that it would sort out your network issues for you!


Hmm funny, all the other devices work just fine. And I know I'm not the only person who has a flakey apple TV

and because Apple thinks all their products they are so perfect they have decided that useful error codes are completely unnecessary.




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  Reply # 1385039 10-Sep-2015 15:10
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Can someone remind me of the price of the iPhone 6 16GB and 64GB at launch and then say 2 months ago?
They are $1000 and $1200 now

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  Reply # 1385041 10-Sep-2015 15:12
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nzkiwiman: Can someone remind me of the price of the iPhone 6 16GB and 64GB at launch and then say 2 months ago?
They are $1000 and $1200 now


I'm not sure what they were 2 months ago, but I paid $999 for a 16GB iPhone 6 on launch day.




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  Reply # 1385084 10-Sep-2015 16:13
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Are we likely to find out if it's going to be available off contract before the pre-orders start? Thanks for the info you've given though. 

 

And on launch day, please please please have another emoji queue! my one from last year needs a friend. :P




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  Reply # 1385087 10-Sep-2015 16:20
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nzkiwiman: Can someone remind me of the price of the iPhone 6 16GB and 64GB at launch and then say 2 months ago?
They are $1000 and $1200 now


Launch day:

iPhone 6 16GB - $999
iPhone 6 64GB - $1149
iPhone 6 128GB - $1299

Edit:

Price increased 9/03/2015

iPhone 6 16GB - $1079 (+$80)
iPhone 6 64GB - $1249 (+$100)
iPhone 6 128GB - $1429 (+$130)




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  Reply # 1385108 10-Sep-2015 17:18
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nzkiwiman: Can someone remind me of the price of the iPhone 6 16GB and 64GB at launch and then say 2 months ago?
They are $1000 and $1200 now


Launch day:

iPhone 6 16GB - $999
iPhone 6 64GB - $1149
iPhone 6 128GB - $1299

Edit:

Price increased 9/03/2015

iPhone 6 16GB - $1079 (+$80)
iPhone 6 64GB - $1249 (+$100)
iPhone 6 128GB - $1429 (+$130)


Wow Apple has exchange rate prediction software too huh. OUr currency. Slump happened a Month after the pricing revision. But their software was off target as the slump was greater than the price revision!

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  Reply # 1385113 10-Sep-2015 17:30
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Paul1977: 

Launch day:

iPhone 6 16GB - $999
iPhone 6 64GB - $1149
iPhone 6 128GB - $1299

Edit:

Price increased 9/03/2015

iPhone 6 16GB - $1079 (+$80)
iPhone 6 64GB - $1249 (+$100)
iPhone 6 128GB - $1429 (+$130)


That isn't bad pricing considering how much the NZ dollar has dropped. But I guess they know if the price increases too much, many people couldn't afford one. I think the new leased option could be a good option for many, with free upgrades as new models come out. Don't think it is available in NZ though.

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  Reply # 1385114 10-Sep-2015 17:35
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We already have the lease/upgrade thing for new phones via the telcos (currently 2degrees and vodafone).  Also sounds like spark might be doing something soon as well.



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  Reply # 1385118 10-Sep-2015 17:39
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mrtoken: We already have the lease/upgrade thing for new phones via the telcos (currently 2degrees and vodafone).  Also sounds like spark might be doing something soon as well.




I think the new one is run by apple directly. Do the telco ones let you upgrade when the newest model comes out for free when it is released? I suspect apple would be able to do it cheaper than a telco, and you will also probably get the new phone quicker if using apple.

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  Reply # 1385133 10-Sep-2015 18:20
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Changing the topic slightly, does anyone know if the new Apple TV keeps the optical audio out, or does it only have HDMI?




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  Reply # 1385141 10-Sep-2015 18:30
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TwoSeven: Changing the topic slightly, does anyone know if the new Apple TV keeps the optical audio out, or does it only have HDMI?


If you go here and scroll down bit you can see a picture of back and there is no optical audio. It also doesn't mention anything about optical audio in the list of "ports and interfaces"







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