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iPod Touch 8 GB or iPhone 8 GB


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I have an iPod touch first generation 8gb and I am thinking of getting a refurbished iPhone 8gb or 6gb. Is the 8gb on the iPhone exactly like the iPod touch in terms of holding the same amount of songs, vids, etc?
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Yes, formatted size is the same. I think the storage on the iPhone might be slightly less because of the system partition but I think the Touch has the same partition (for the OS) so you're probably looking at 7.4GB available for use.
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would the 16gb make iphone apps run smoother or is there no big difference?
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i think with the 16gb u just get more space, so i dont think so.
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