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Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by SC25, May 26, 2011.
This post is to know if you have 64 gb iPad, you're really fill out the storage. Thanks
On my old one, I once used 50GB, but a lot of that was saved recorded files which I later transferred to a third party app on my PC.
I lke the space, better to have too much than to run out
I've always believed that it's not the size of your memory but how well you use it...but then I have a 16 gig so it could just be envy on my part. Btw, of the 16 pn mine I use about 10.
Storage space, not memory
Your memory is fixed at 512 meg, that's not changeable. As to storage space, I use around 50-55 gig routinely with an additional 32 gig available via my Airstash. That may be upped to 500 gig if Seagate ever produces their go flex satellite. I have 235 gig of photos alone.
I couldn't fit everything on mine, far too many large photos and files, just the stuff I'm working on lives on this, then backed up
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Both my iPad 1 and 2 are nearly filled to 64GB. I want more, more, more storage. My music alone takes up about 32GB, and I have lots of photos I don't have room for.
I could limp along with less storage, but I'm not interested in moving things on and off, and I'm no fan of cloud storage.
I could fill four 64GB iPads with my music and movies. (two with movies alone). So yes, I've filled up my 64GB iPad1. However, media management is, I think, what we're really talking about here. If you're smart you can manipulate the 16GB without too much trouble. Since I could afford the 64GB that's what I bought but I think I could manage a smaller device if I had to. Now though, if I'm just hangin' around the house I have mostly music and apps on my iPad. But if I'm traveling it ends up being mostly movies and apps instead.
I have had my iPad for about 4 months now and I have already used about 40 of my 64gb, most of it movies. I currently have 27 full length movies and 6 music videos on it, as well as about 400 songs and a bunch of apps.
64 gig just isn't enough space. Mine is always full.
It's not too bad around the house because I can access my whole library over wifi, but deciding what to take with me is always a hassle.
What do I want to watch 3 days from now? I don't know, but I have to decide before I leave. PITA.
I've never filled mine half way, but I don't keep a lot of movies or tv shows on it. I did buy the largest they had since files seem tom grow larger with each passing year.