iPhone 8 Looking to Top the Storage Charts… Again

iPhone 8 Looking to Top the Storage Charts… Again

With the highly-anticipated release of the 10th anniversary iPhone upgrade, one of the things users can look forward to is a slightly different design. As the anniversary phone, it’s rumoured to have some terrific app upgrades as well, but for those who have stuck with the iPhone through the worst and the best times, the on-board storage is usually what sets it apart from the rest. There are the picture quality and extensive list of apps that add into the mix as well, but the storage is what brings users back for more.

What the iPhone 7 Plus Left Us With

Apart from a small hissing sound when the A10 Fusion Chip (quad-core!) is in full force, the iPhone 7 Plus is a near-perfect design. It provides users with waterproof, dust proof design but it’s really the 2x optical zoom that sets this phone apart from the rest. The phone packs a 5.5in 1,080 x 1,920 resolution display and also features a slightly longer battery life.

One of the downsides of this phone is the exorbitant price for only a few additional features. There is also the fact that there is no headphone jack, which could send a few previous iPhone fans running to android technology. For those who have the iPhone 6, they may want to wait for the release of the iPhone 8 before they upgrade. This model offers users 32GB, 128GB, and 256GB storage options, which puts the brand right at the top of the food chain.

Even With All That On board Storage….

iPhone users have become accustomed to using iCloud services, however, a recent spate of hacking activities have sent iCloud users looking for the best alternatives. Cloud storage is useful not only for the ability to keep documents and images safe, but it also creates an easy platform for interaction and sharing. Users who wish to utilize the best of on board and online storage should consider their options carefully. Pricing, functionality, syncing, accessibility and security are all essential factors when it comes to choosing the right options.

When this storage starts running out, it might be time to free up some space. Movies, music, clips, and podcasts all take up a substantial amount of room. Backing these up to cloud storage can sometimes result in duplication’s and need to be cleared out from time to time.

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Written By: Jocelyn Brown

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