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 PostPost subject: 32GB iPod Touch/16GB iPhone released        Posted: Tue Feb 05, 2008 5:19 pm 
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Today, Apple, Inc. introduced upgrades to their iPod Touch and iPhone lines. An option for 16GB of storage on the iPhone has been added for $499, and an option for 32GB of storage on the iPod Touch has been added for $499.

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Tue Feb 05, 2008 10:31 pm 
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My Motorola v3 decided to finally die this morning. I purchased one of the new 16gb iphone's without knowing that it had just come out today. :D


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Tue Feb 05, 2008 11:24 pm 
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honestly, who would pay $499 for a 32gb ipod touch? its way too expensive, and it's a rip off, because flash memory prices are dropping, so the same memory next year could cost half as much, and besides, how many people hav 32gb of music? i hav 230 songs at just under 500mb, so it would take a lot to fill that thing (im not counting videos, btw)


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benny1091 wrote:
honestly, who would pay $499 for a 32gb ipod touch? its way too expensive, and it's a rip off, because flash memory prices are dropping, so the same memory next year could cost half as much, and besides, how many people hav 32gb of music? i hav 230 songs at just under 500mb, so it would take a lot to fill that thing (im not counting videos, btw)


Hmmm. I've got an 80 gig iPod with 7120 songs an 20 movies, LOL
32 gigs is not that much. (Some friends of mine have more less the same)
and... I do listen to all of my music
i've proved it to some friends!
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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Wed Feb 06, 2008 4:45 pm 
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well, i was proven wrong, lol, but for me, thats too much and its too expensive, im happy with my 8gb


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I have a 30GB iPod Video right now, so I may "upgrade" to the iTouch, however i'm leaning more toward the iPhone.

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Jeff wrote:
I have a 30GB iPod Video right now, so I may "upgrade" to the iTouch, however i'm leaning more toward the iPhone.

I feel it's my duty to point you towards the HTC Touch, which does a lot of the same things, and has the advantage of running Windows Mobile 6.

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longview wrote:
Jeff wrote:
I have a 30GB iPod Video right now, so I may "upgrade" to the iTouch, however i'm leaning more toward the iPhone.

I feel it's my duty to point you towards the HTC Touch, which does a lot of the same things, and has the advantage of running Windows Mobile 6.


Not to start a war here, but I really don't like WM that much. Also, I really don't like the HTC design. I guess I'm just an apple fanboy... :wink:

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That's fair, WM has its quirks, and while I like it others might not.

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