billrhea wrote:Someone called from 2001 and wanted their money back. What the heck would anyone do with 4gb?
Considering it's a knock off with absolutely no wifi and app database, I would wager a bet that someone could fit quite a bit of songs onto it. This would be something I would feel comfortable giving a child during long car rides. I wouldn't care if it got broken, and there's no apps or internet for them to mess around with (or destroy). But seriously, I have a 16 GB iPhone, and I am only using 1.32 GB for 110 songs. I don't feel the need to sync 1000s of songs to my phone, so I only keep a few playlists full of music that I ACTUALLY listen to (because how many of you skip songs you don't want to listen to?) and I switch them out or update them once every month or so. Most of the space on my phone is taken up by apps and photos, and I STILL have 3.28 GB of free space. This thing doesn't have downloadable apps, and the only photos it can hold are the ones you physically add to it via USB. So 4 GB is plenty, trust me. Give it to your kids if you're not quite ready for them to have internet-enabled devices at their fingertips 24/7.