Consumers do not need an iPhone with 512 GB of memory




Consumers in the bulk were not ready to overpay for the iPhone with 512 GB of internal memory. This follows from the results of a survey conducted among the readers of 9To5Mac. According to most respondents, they do not feel the need for a smartphone with a drive of this size, at least at this stage.

The most common cause of consumers’ refusal from the 512-gigabyte iPhone – and more than 70% of them – was the 256 GB version. This space, representatives of this category of respondents believe, will be more than enough to store all the data without fear of encountering a lack of free space.

iPhone with 512 GB of memory – it’s funny
“At least [iPhone 512 GB] looks funny,” says the user with the Tysonmoth nickname, “especially if you consider that the base version of the MacBook Pro comes with a 128GB drive!”

Will the cloud replace the memory of the smartphone?
The other “refuseniks” explained the absurdity of increasing the amount of built-in memory by the existence of cloud storage. Indeed, as technology develops, when space rental in the cloud becomes more accessible, and the Internet penetrates even to the remotest corners of the planet, it would be much more logical to focus on popularizing iCloud.

However, there were those who did not even have 256 GB. They expressed their willingness to buy a 512-gigabyte iPhone, if one appears on sale. Those who are firmly convinced of their intention to buy the top iPhone, gained a little less than 15%. Another 7% stressed that they do not rule out such an opportunity. The remaining 6% chose to take a time-out and think carefully.



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