5 Replies Latest reply: Oct 11, 2011 11:23 AM by g.k.vicky
Rob Rockstar Level 1 (0 points)

Just pre-ordered a 8gb iPhone 4 from Sprint ... How Much Memory is that and is it enough ? If not what , can I do to get the most out of my iPhone , meaning how many apps, music , email accounts , pictures , videos etc ... Is iCloud a good option ? Pleas help !!! Thanx


iPhone 4, Mac Book 13 inch
  • Carolyn Samit Level 10 (103,365 points)

    Actual capacity is a little less >   How Mac OS X and iOS report storage capacity

     

    How Much Memory is that and is it enough ?

    Depends on your priorities. Music, photos, and video usually take up the most storage space.

     

    iCloud stores your music, photos, apps, contacts, etc.

     

     

    Apple - iCloud stores your content and pushes it to your devices.

  • jbjoret Level 3 (640 points)

    It depends what you do with your iPhone. Videos ist going to be where you will have to be careful, to put movies or/and TV show it might be too short of flash memory. iCloud is definitely going to be great option. For normal usage this should be enough.

  • Rob Rockstar Level 1 (0 points)

    So I guess it's safe to say that if I keep no music and limited pictures on my iPhone I should be ok ??? And any pictures and or videos I take can get pushed through to iCloud to my Mac Correct ??? And that should keep me going till I can get a higher end model (iPhone 5) when it comes out ... Thanx for your help !!! 

  • Rob Rockstar Level 1 (0 points)

    My intentions are mostly email and voice apps  and some pictures when out and about ,So I guess it's safe to say that if I keep no music and limited pictures on my iPhone I should be ok ??? And any pictures and or videos I take can get pushed through to iCloud to my Mac Correct ??? And that should keep me going till I can get a higher end model (iPhone 5) when it comes out ... Thanx for your help !!! 

  • g.k.vicky Level 1 (0 points)

    To know exactly just connect the iPhone with the PC /MAC. The iPhone appears in iTunes and after synch, click on the iPhone and you get all the information about your iPhone. On the bottemline the report of the storage of your apps whatever...