Originally Posted by steelbom
No, I'm not ever going to use an SD card slot so why would I want it on the device? And, I do believe the built-in memory option is better. It's just simpler, I don't want my content to be separate to my main storage. I'd worry about losing it or having it stolen, or about it dying or getting damaged.
As I said, I can understand why some want it but it most definitely isn't for me. It never has been, and it probably never will be.
Leave my logo alone.
You will do just about anything to prove a point and support Apple huh? Even as irrational as you sound.
I've had so many SD cards before. They've never failed on me, they've never been stolen, they've never been damaged. Ever have a digital camera?
If you're that paranoid.
You could make backups of everything by transferring the data from the SD card onto your computer, so if your SD card ever gets lost, damaged, or stolen ( which means your phone also got stolen ) you could easily restore the data. Or, you think someone is going to grab your phone, pull out the SD card, and leave the phone behind?
Losing the card? That means you'd take out the card from your phone and leave it somewhere, once it's installed it's as if it was "internal". You're not going to be removing it unless YOU choose to.
Dying or getting damaged? Once it's installed, it's installed. The likelihood of it dying or getting damaged is the same likelihood as the internal memory dying or getting damaged. Remember, they are the same, except one gives you the freedom to upgrade and add more storage, while the other doesn't. You prefer the one that doesn't give you freedom.
Enjoy your Apple juice it is robbing you of any logic. All your post proved is how devoted you are to Apple.Edited by 2010rig - 10/3/11 at 10:01pm