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Posted Dec 25, 2013
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So my parents bought me a iPhone 5s for Christmas, and it's the 16gb version which kinda concerned me. So is it possible to give it back and get a bigger memory one?

 

 

Note: phone isn't activated yet

So my parents bought me a iPhone 5s for Christmas, and it's the 16gb version which kinda concerned me. So is it possible to give it back and get a bigger memory one?

 

 

Note: phone isn't activated yet

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Dec 26, 2013 12:02:39 AM
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Yes, if you have receipt, you can take the phone back to where it was purchased within 14 days to exchange it. Because the 32GB and 64 GB iPhones cost more, you may have to pay the difference.

You also may be subject to a $35 restocking fee.
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Yes, if you have receipt, you can take the phone back to where it was purchased within 14 days to exchange it. Because the 32GB and 64 GB iPhones cost more, you may have to pay the difference.

You also may be subject to a $35 restocking fee.
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If you are concerned about storage space somewhere along the line in the future, then I would definitely recommend upgrading to a model with a higher capacity; perhaps the 32GB model. When I got my 16GB iPhone 4, I didn't think I would come very close to using all up all of the available memory, but I'm pretty close. I have 2.7GB remaining with over 1,600 pictures (including videos) and almost 2GB of music. When it comes time for me to upgrade, I will definitely hold a 32GB model to a higher regard.

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If you are concerned about storage space somewhere along the line in the future, then I would definitely recommend upgrading to a model with a higher capacity; perhaps the 32GB model. When I got my 16GB iPhone 4, I didn't think I would come very close to using all up all of the available memory, but I'm pretty close. I have 2.7GB remaining with over 1,600 pictures (including videos) and almost 2GB of music. When it comes time for me to upgrade, I will definitely hold a 32GB model to a higher regard.

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