The Mac’s Storage Space Problem

The Mac’s Storage Space Problem

March 26, 2020 | Articles, Blog | 100 Comments

The Mac’s Storage Space Problem


If you’re Mac owner, you’ve probably seen
this notification, warning that your startup disk is almost full. It’s become such a common issue that Apple
actually introduced a new feature in macOS to reduce clutter and optimize storage space. Now the obvious reason why users are running
out of space so quickly is due to Apple’s tendency to equip their Macs with small drives,
a problem that’s only gotten worse in recent years. So in this video we’re going to find out
why Apple appears to be stingy with storage space, and how that has effected users. This is Greg with Apple Explained, and I want
to thank Clean My Mac X for sponsoring this video. If you want to help decide which topics I
cover, make sure you’re subscribed, and voting polls like this one will show up in
your mobile activity feed. Now the Mac is a product that’s very popular
among content creators who require a lot of storage space for their video and photo files. Macs have always had fairly competitive base
specs compared to their PC equivalents, except when it comes to storage space. Take the MacBook Pro for example, the 13”
base model costs $1,300 and has virtually the same specs as the $1,250 Dell XPS 13. The only difference is that the MacBook Pro,
which is $50 more, has half the storage space. And upgrading the solid state drive to the
same 256GB as the XPS 13 would cost $200, something the vast majority of customers don’t
do. So they end up going home with a pro level
machine capable of video editing, photo editing, and 3D rendering, but isn’t capable of holding
many of those project files. Forcing users to either delete old files or
move them to external drives which can be an annoying, time consuming process. Now, I mentioned how Apple charges quite a
bit more than their competition for extra storage space, and when you combine this with
the fact that base model Macs have significantly smaller drives on average, you begin to understand
what’s happening here. Apple is employing an up-sell strategy that
becomes extremely profitable considering the high margins on their SSDs. Upgrading to a 1TB drive on the MacBook Pro
costs $600. Compare that to one of the best external 1TB
SSD on the market, the Samsung T5, which retails for $180. More than a third less than what Apple is
charging. Now if you’re wondering why computers like
the iMac offer 1TB of storage for significantly less than the MacBook Pro, it’s because
the base iMac has a hard disk drive, rather than a solid state drive. So what’s the difference? Well, hard drives are pretty old technology
that go back to the 50’s. They have a spinning disk with a moving arm
that uses magnets to store and retrieve data, and today you can get a high capacity hard
drive for a very affordable price. But there are drawbacks. The speed of a hard drive depends on how fast
it’s platter can spin, and although there have been improvements over the years, spinning
hard drives are still significantly slower than solid state drives. Also, hard drives are fragile. They contain moving parts that operate at
a high level of precision, so dropping a computer with a hard drive could result in corrupted
data. Lastly, hard disk drives are ridged and can’t
be reshaped to accommodate other components. Compare all that to the more modern solid
state drive which features no moving parts. It’s much more durable, accesses data much
faster, operates in complete silence, and can be molded to fit inside modern electronics
much easier. But the big drawback is its price. SSDs are significantly more expensive per
gigabyte than hard drives. So while computers like the Mac Mini will
reboot, launch apps, and open files much quicker than its hard drive-based competitors, it
won’t have nearly as much space. For example the HP Z2 Mini features a 500GB
hard drive standard, compared to the Mac Mini’s 128GB solid state drive. That’s almost four times more storage on
the Z2, although it would perform much slower. I should also mention that you can upgrade
the Z2 to a 256GB solid state drive, but it’d cost an additional $71, which would bring
the total to $912. Which is almost $100 less than the cost of
an equivalent Mac Mini. I’ve actually made the mistake of buying
a MacBook Pro with 256GB of storage space, which isn’t much at all for a video creator. So what I do is store my large project files
on an external drive, and use a Mac cleaner app called Clean My Mac X to delete old files,
apps, and hidden junk that I wouldn’t be able to find easily on my own. It has the best interface of any Mac cleaning
app I’ve used and the first time it scanned my drive it found almost 30GB of unused files
that I deleted with a single click. And what makes Clean My Mac X even more useful
is that it also locates and removes malware which can sneak onto your Mac through third
party app downloads or internet extensions. It’s also easy to monitor what the app is
doing through the menu bar widget. So if you need to free up space on your Mac
just click the link in the description and you’ll be able to download a free trial
of Clean My Mac X or you can get a premium license for just $35, which is way cheaper
in the long run compared to a monthly subscription service. Now, the Mac’s storage problem wasn’t
too bad until the rise of SSDs beginning with the original MacBook Air released back in
2008. It came standard with an 80GB hard drive,
which was comparable to many other PC notebooks in the same category. But you could upgrade the MacBook Air to a
smaller 64GB solid state drive for an extra $1,000. Now the cost of SSDs quickly dropped and Apple
was able to offer the same 64GB upgrade for $600 about six months later, but it didn’t
solve the problem that 64GB of storage space on a notebook was extremely limiting, even
in those days. Users coming from the base model MacBook Pro,
which featured a 200GB hard drive, were forced to decide which files to keep on their MacBook
Air, and which to store on an external drive. And as I mentioned earlier, this is an issue
for Macs that still exists today, over a decade later. Now, Apple has tried to solve this storage
space problem with something called the Fusion Drive, introduced in 2012 with the iMac and
Mac Mini. As the name suggests, the Fusion Drive combines
a hard drive with a solid state drive in an effort to get the best of both worlds. High capacity and high speed. It achieves this by automatically storing
frequently used files on the smaller solid state drive, while moving rarely accessed
files to the larger hard drive for long term storage. Now, reception of the Fusion Drive has been
mixed. With some users enjoying the increased performance
and others noting the poor integration of both drives. Saying they see the rainbow beach ball more
often than with a tradition hard drive. And this mixed reaction is probably why Apple
hasn’t expanded the fusion drive to any of their other Macs, and actually removed
it from the Mac Mini. So with that semi-failed attempt at trying
to bring hard drives and solid state drives together, Apple’s had to deal with the reality
that most of their Macs will have to feature more expensive solid state drives, which forces
Apple and their customers into an uncomfortable position. Apple wants to keep margins on hardware high,
resulting in price hikes of their base model computers. Or, they could keep prices the same and simply
include a smaller solid state drive that costs less. And I think Apple did a little bit of both. Remember back in 2018 when Apple updated the
Mac Mini? It came standard with a 128GB solid state
drive which replaced the 500GB hard drive, but it also received a significant price hike,
from 500 to 800 dollars. So not only were users getting a quarter of
the storage space, but they were also paying $300 more for it. And when it comes to the situation customers
are in when shopping for a Mac, it’s equally as disappointing. The MacBook Air is one of Apple’s most popular
notebooks, but look at how much storage space comes with the base model, just 128GB. Compare that with one of it’s top selling
competitors, the HP Spectre x360. It costs $100 less and comes with a 512GB
solid state drive. Upgrading to that capacity on the MacBook
Air would cost an additional $400. And consider the fact that the 2012 15”
MacBook Pro shipped with the same 256GB of solid state storage as my 2018 15” MacBook
Pro. But during that period, the iPhone’s base
storage increased by 300%, from 16 to 64GB. And when it comes to buying more storage space,
the iPhone offers a better value than the Mac. Upgrading from 128 to 256GB costs an extra
$100 for the iPhone 11, but $200 for the Mac Mini. So Mac customers face a tough decision, risk
purchasing a lower-capacity base model that could run out of space very quickly, or spend
an extra few hundred dollars on a larger drive to give yourself more breathing room. And although this sales approach is very profitable
for Apple, it has a detrimental effect on the user experience. Not only are many users forced to deal with
this low storage alert on a regular basis, but they’re also forced to repeatedly sift
through the finder and decide which files and apps are worth keeping and which should
be deleted. For professional users, things are even worse. Many video editors, me included, have to carry
around external drives or pay for cloud services to accommodate our large project files that
make our workflow more complicated than it needs to be. So will this problem ever be solved? Well, it’s already started to improve with
the recent 16 inch MacBook Pro, which offers a better deal per gigabyte than the previous
15 inch model that it replaced. But Apple is still charging significantly
more than the competition, which means they’re likely to continue leveraging SSDs as an up-sell
opportunity, leaving customers to pay a premium price for more internal storage. Alright guys thanks for watching and I’ll
see you next time.

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100 Comments
  1. Kaywon Graves

    what's the point of iCloud if its still on your device and takes up double the space

  2. willem reviews

    Didn’t age wel

  3. Ryan Ticknor

    I feel the same about storage space.

  4. Joe3D

    It's because Apple uses proprietary SSDs with its own interface.

  5. youngwt1

    Its classic price discrimination. Happens all the time. A large coffee is way more expensive than a regular even though the difference is a few grams of java and some hot water. Why? Because by asking for a large you are telling Barista Co. that you really love coffee and are prepared to pay extra for it. So they will charge more. Apple's strategy gives them a lower sticker price but they really don't want to sell you that one, so they nerf it to tempt the upgrade (this comment was written on a 2013 128gb MBP)

  6. rawlinsonboy

    You could just buy the cheapest base model Mac and install your own SSD / hard drive yourself, or get an older Mac off eBay

  7. Kenan Berry

    I found this on Apple’s work finder,”Apple is looking for an energetic, creative engineer who can think outside the box. This role offers an incredible opportunity to define and develop a PLASTIC FOLDABLE DISPLAY.” Could this be a leak for a foldable phone by Apple? Leave thoughts

  8. Jim Dandy

    Soooo, this is an ad for CleanMyMac X.

  9. ΛΪνΐηβάΙνιή321

    Me: laughs is 32GB

  10. keco185

    2:13 comparing a PCI-E NVME drive to an external drive is like apples and oranges

  11. Carl Taylor

    Apple computer = Porsche body + Ford engine + Jacked-up price.

  12. MoreCroutons Please

    Just buy an external ssd drive like sandisk (1 or 2 TB) or add a non apple ssd drive which is cheaper and even faster OWC (good quality imo) I did that for my macbook air and it is almost 10 years old, also changed the battery and ventilator and works like new (has 8GB of Ram) btw the new wine 🍷 (ver 5) app is great for windows files and programs if you don’t want bootcamp

  13. Leandro Ngo

    Guess what. Never thought the day would come but Apple acted on it and gave its Mac mini and iPad Pro double their base storage. We may finally be leaving the 64GB era.

  14. Carlos Martinez

    I switched all my drives to Samsung 500GB for a very small fraction of the cost and run the puny 128GB originals as OS backups.

  15. Devvie Life

    The new Macbook Air has a base drive of 256GB

  16. Arvind Bakshi

    just build a hackintosh or get storage upgraded from reva technology.

  17. Romar Villon

    turn off the icloud storage. Reinstall osx. easy fix.

  18. Kerrie Redgate

    Apple keeps moving files off my MacBook and storing them … in the Cloud, I guess! I’d had no idea this was happening, so In frustration I was recreating files I couldn’t find, which I use for various clients at different times. Huge waste of my time!! Then I noticed my storage amount going up and down wildly! I’ve never seen any notification about these changes to my own files. And I’ve been forced to move all the important but weighty stuff off the MacBook and onto an external 2TB USB hard drive — if that fails, I’m stuffed completely! Scary times we live in. Apple simply needs to find a way to make their storage drives more cheaply. I think Jobs would have simply stated that fact to his engineers.

  19. student 81

    Well, that enough, I leave apple for real….. They cant do something good right now and charge for nothing everything I was happy about the premium system and device but now they suck….. Sorry but apple lose a lot of they customers.

  20. Rodrigo Vazquez

    In 2020 a Pro Consumer Laptop with a 256GB SSD or less shouldn't be legal. But come on, let's be serious, what do you use this laptops for? Video editing, motion graphics, photography editing, what do you expect to do with a 256GB HD? Even my early 2012 MBpro has a 500GB Hard drive, and I know I isn't solid state, but at least it has more storage. Are you actually paying that big bunch of money for a machine that has less space than a today's smartphone? I like Apple, but the storage issue really sucks

  21. zeckmon3

    Man this is annoying…

    Literally a single $88 dollar 2 terabyte seagate external drive is keeping my macbook application and system in check and alive.

  22. efarjes

    Use to be a loyal apple user since 2002, no more, bye bye apple!!

  23. defob

    my mbp early 2015 has about 110 gb, macos is taking up almost all of it, I want to boot camp Windows but I can't 🙁

  24. iF2ix

    I can’t even edit videos anymore because of that space shit

  25. OmarSaad

    I have a 2019 MacBook Air but it's so slow now and makes me restart it at least once a day I don't know the issue

  26. Reinaldo Fanuel

    its also the same thing with Windows 10 Crazy System file (150GB)

  27. Oliver Hoffmann

    Good review, but a few comments: 1. The internal drives in MacBook pros are among the fastest ever tested–(up to 3.2GB/s and sequential write speeds up to 2.2GB/s; Laptop Mag declared the SSD in the MacBook Pro "the fastest ever" in a laptop), so they're bound to be more expensive. 2. Thunderbolt ports allow very fast and small external SSDs, so you can save internal storage only for system, apps, and temp space 3) After using SSD, you'll never want to work from hard drives except for backup/long-term storage. I have two MacBook Pro laptops (2014 13" Retina and 2018 15") and two external Samsung SSDs. I've never once seen the running out of space message because I can write video to external SSD with no glitches, and I automatically back up to conventional drives and Backblaze every night. Deleting files is dangerous and potentially time-wasting. A single unintentionally deleted file can result in hours, days, weeks of replacement work. Storage is cheap: back it up and move on.

  28. Roger Morris

    You're missing the point you just pay for iCloud storage

  29. dada

    128gb USB stick can be bought for $25…

  30. Ed the British Guy

    I have a MacBook with 1TB SSD

  31. The Occasional Video

    This is not a "problem". Apple needs to lower their prices.

  32. Mark Barrett

    So just an ad for a completely unnecessary bit of software

  33. Justine-Paula Robilliard

    The problem is that no mac portable device is able to be upgraded post purchase, what Apple should have done is create postive space on the board that could be occupied by a 2nd hard drive at a latter date, I understand the desire to solder in everything, I understand it, I hate it, it was a mistake, but that is just the Apple way, so there is no reason that I can figure out, and there is space to allow for a 2nd SSD, so why was there no parking space for a 2nd SSD?

  34. Bob Martens

    Apple is stingy because it is profitable, duh.

  35. Unreliable Narrator 66

    External SSD works great and is cheap. Get a clue.

  36. matte5

    A few days later, and now the MBA and Mac Mini both start with 256 GB

  37. Caleb Hoff

    downvote. external ssd is not price comparable to internal pcie ssd. the ones in macs are far superior. of course they are massively overpriced, but comparing the mac ssd to a completely different ssd class is just misleading

  38. Randy Carpenter

    It is disingenuous to compare the crazy fast NVMe SSDs on macs to external drives that are significantly slower. If you look at PCs that have the same type of drives, storage prices are similar. You can't compare a SATA SSD (which many laptops still come with) to NVMe.

  39. lasarith2

    While I agree with there low storage , they just realised the MacBook Air with 256GB minimum, the irony of the timing is high with this one.

  40. Blazerows

    Or just open it up and upgrade the storage yourself

  41. lasarith2

    It’s actually cheaper to buy a Samsung 4TB internal SSD for £509 buy a cover for it, then pay for 2TB upgrade from Apple 256GB -2TB +£800)

  42. dharma poozle

    native ad for virus ware thx v much

  43. Mika

    400 dollars for 500gb should be a crime, it's like $170 from Samsung for a 1tb ssd

  44. sam X

    Always get the larger flash or SSD if you Cana afford the larger drive and always utilize iCloud storage. iCloud storage is inexpensive but never ever ever install CleanmyMac

  45. BillyNoMates1974

    I have an iPad 32GB model. Not an issue at all but then all of my media is on a 4TB server.
    iPad os works well across the network.
    Also a USB dock works well with 128GB pen drives

  46. SuperAgentAB // AxelBelnas0123

    Gosh, today, Apple sucked at the economy like Price and Demand I think 🤔🤔🤔

  47. Arnold Sarmiento

    This is apple explained making excuses for apple

  48. Ihave Noname

    Clean my Mac…. is your sponser😩😩😩

  49. Adrian Natawidjaja

    Been a Mac user since OS X Tiger, and never even had that warning message, ever.

  50. TheDanger Boy

    I know someone watching this video have a 8 tb mac and thinking “so many peasants”.

  51. robert dunlap

    This is a big problem, even storing graphic software on a Mac because you want to the latest and multiple software is filling it up to capacity. Apple knows this.

  52. Master FX

    lmao cleanmymac x what kind of name is that? Sounds like bloatware

  53. Gabriele Figliola

    It's just a scam.

  54. One Dollar

    mac mini with 128gb?? i have an i7 16gb ram mac mini with a terabyte of storage for only 1000 dollars

  55. Gandalfwiz2007

    Here's what i think: Get a normal laptop with 1 tb hdd and get an extra M2 ssd with 256gb for 90$.

  56. WEOK

    Attention! This video totally forgot to mention big risk you have when you low on space. MacOS and iOS use swap files and dynamic caches. The moment you see warning you should immediately go and clean up big chunk of space – the more the better. If you will loose free space completely down to 0 bytes left – and you will miss that moment because swap and caches will eat all space gradually in background – your apps will stop save files, undos, literally half of mac will become unresponsible. And that moment you will loose work you done if it was not saved. Same goes for iphone, but much worse! If you will completely run out of iOS storage – first you will see that some icons disappeared, and you will not have any chance to clean up some space because iOS will be unresponsive. The only thing you can do – perform apps cleanup via iTunes from mac app. If you will try to restart your zero-bytes-left iphone – you will brick it to constant loading screen. It will try to load forever until battery dies. The only thing left to do with this phone – factory reset without data saving via service center. Spread the knowledge, guys!

  57. Zeron'

    2:17 you should compare the price to upgrade to 1TB from dell, hp, Microsoft, or other laptops manufacturers and NOT external storage.

  58. Jonty Levine

    They just upgraded the Air to 256 for its base storage while making the price $100 lower. Yet the price for that spec in a Macbook Pro remains insultingly high. Avoid that model if at all possible. It seems to be the only Mac that starts at 128 right now. This has even led me to the horrifying conclusion that, were my current laptop to fail on me and I had to buy a new one tomorrow, my go-to replacement would be the Air. A goddamn Macbook Air!

  59. Karl Jay

    Apple has always been this way. I have a 16G 6S that Apple bricked while under a warranty battery upgrade. They had to ship me a new 6S and when I called them, the said that I couldn't upgrade from the 16G or even from that model, even if I PAID them the difference. Then the new 6S they gave me, had a problem that was 100% their fault and they REFUSED to fix it because it was past the 90 days. They replaced a working 6S with a BROKEN 6S and wanted ME to pay to fix it. ——————- I stopped buying NEW Apple stuff and now buy USED. I paid $450 for the MBP Retina and I can upgrade the SSD with a small adapter. I can't upgrade the RAM, but I can use this for YEARS before giving Apple any more money. I fixes the 6S battery with a 33% stronger one myself for < 1/2 what they wanted ($20) and it's working fine.

    You'd think you'd get better service from a company that charges so much damn money.

  60. shandy

    1000 dollars for 2 terabytes 😂😂 that's so over priced

  61. Indiegaze

    The MacBook Pro I bought in 2009 came with 256GB. The new MacBook Air released this year comes with 256GB. It’s fucking ridiculous. And the price to upgrade it is obscene. The machines already cost a fortune to begin with. They have reached a level of greed that is disgusting and shameful.

  62. thierryf67

    ok, its an advertsing for software editor. I never had a disk full in all my Mac. But if you buy such a machine for video editing, and be stingy to not offert it enough disk space for your job. it's your fault. base model are not made for specific work, such as video editing. So you must assume your usage. If you buy a sport car with a big engine, and you want to load it with all your familly, dogs, and go travelling around the world, don't cry it don't have enough place.

  63. truthordarequestions

    Any and all Macs built after 2010 are good for one thing and one thing only, a ridiculously expensive paper weight.

  64. Srinjoy Sinha

    Not for hackintosh users 😜

  65. R.a. Wheeler

    Apple stingy? Na… lol Your just not doing it right. lol… its all about the money…

  66. GroovyVideo2

    Apple ceo / board and jonny ives should be deleted

  67. Calvin Walker

    Just buy the storage you need or quit whining?

  68. John Kristian Aasen

    T5 is not the best external ssd now. It's the T7, and have been for quite a while.
    Again …. retarded mac users

  69. Greg Scott

    It's not tough…Apple wants to bilk you for buying Apple but they want to advertise a cheaper price.
    No brainer. Buy an older MacBook Pro and upgrade it. Save a fortune. My wife wants a laptop, we use Mac, no way I'm paying new Mac prices for a computer with no ports.

  70. Alan Otero

    I think Apple saw this video and got offended so they doubled the storage on the new MacBook Air and iPad Pro.

  71. Unknown Scripter

    Stop buying mac, buy microsoft computers they have better specs. You can have a nividea graphics for like 1000$ but if you buy a mac for 1000$ htey give you shitty intel graphics so buy windows 10 computers

  72. Uthman Baksh

    Cries at 3:19!

  73. Elder Lich

    and people wonder why im still using a Macbook Pro 2012 non retina

  74. Prashant Mehta

    Also the System folder which at one point, for me at least, held 80 gigabytes of data. The only option from Genius Bar was to wipe the drive and reinstall MacOS

  75. Blacklily Orchard

    Bang on the nose.

  76. RETROCRATIC TV

    They are kinda like Nintendo in terms of storage.

  77. Clark

    get a crucial 1TB for $100 and add an M.2 adapter for another $20. That's what I did with my 2015 MacBook Pro.

  78. ?

    In these days of 1TB SSD's No thanx Apoole

  79. Kill Me

    Haha you can only dream of upgradibility

  80. Nam Khanh Ng

    Anyone with 256gb Macs here, how is it after 3-4 years?

  81. Richard Bae

    Lol you can’t “mold” an SSD. Sure they’re smaller than “rigid” hard drives but they definitely aren’t moldable.

  82. M3n747

    We use Mac Mini PCs at work (late 2014 models to be specific). I was assigned one when I got the job, however there was so much leftover junk from the previous users that I had some 250 MB to work with. Of course that didn't last and at one point I was down to just 10 MB. Not ideal working conditions, to say the least.

  83. Doug Thomson

    Never had it. Always max out storage and RAM. Always have since my first computer in 1984. Solid state drives aren’t a guarantee, either. They have limited read / write cycles and they crap out – without a doubt. Wear levelling has helped robustness, but they certainly aren’t all they are cracked up to be. PC’s? Well they are PC’s and that’s the problem.

  84. Bai RUindra

    Baiklah. Bye

  85. Jason Basin

    A.P.P.L.E. Always Pay Prodigiously for Less Equipment.

  86. Otis Williams

    Clean my Mac is spyware and it deleted the boot records on my Mac and my laptop could not start to desktop and I lost everything and had to reinstall don't fall for the scam.

  87. Chase Feller

    Funny cuz apple made 256gb the base storage on the macbook air and 128gb the base storage on the ipad pro this week. I remember my 2006 dell precision only had a 20gb hard drive. That wont even store my music these days

  88. Frank Walder

    The Dell and HP comparisons are generally useless because no matter how inexpensive those machines are they run Windows, while the Apple products run Mac OS X. In my opinion, the Mac OS is well worth a few hundred dollars more, since I am spared huge amounts of aggravation with configuration, infections, and the device frequently “phoning home”. I bought a 1Tb external drive for my Mac Mini. The money I saved allowed me to buy reference materials and more Excedrin to help me with my Windows Server 2016 machine.

  89. Chazz Harbison

    Is this just a big comercial for Clean My Mac? Because to be quite honest – hell no

  90. PillowDillow

    laughs in 1TB

  91. Kriss Jacobsen

    This is one of the reasons I think my next computer will not be a Mac.

  92. Ed Spencer

    You lost me when you got to your sponsor. Clean My Mac is absolute garbageware. Can’t take anyone who’d recommend it seriously.

  93. Adebola Adeniran

    This isn’t telling the whole story. SSD technology differs quite a lot. The expensive high performance drives that Apple puts in its machines are not the same as the SATA 3 drives HP might be putting in theirs. Not always the case, but it’s worth pointing out for detail sake rather than just making it an apple to apples comparison.

  94. NileshR12

    Mac laptops are a rip-off compared to the new Windows 10 laptops, especially Project Athena laptops

  95. NileshR12

    Tim Cook has had his name change to Tim Crook because of how greedy Apple has become under his reign when it comes to the Mac, iPhones, & iPads which are their core products. 32 GB for iPads meant for schools doesn't seem enough so they probably end up getting 128 GB iPads, & the average customer of their iPhone probably has 128-256 GB on the iPhone so 64-128 is still tight on an iPad. I mean 128 GB is decent on the 2020 iPad Pro but productivity devices like the iPad & Mac should have more base storage standard. For many people 64 GB isn't enough of storage on the Pro iPhones which would need more storage space to be able to take advantage of all 3 lenses filming in 4K at 30-60 fps

  96. MITKO BOMBATA

    Easy. Get 7 ssd's and combine them. Can't apple just do that and add that option? Sure, it will be thicker, but better.

  97. gku2004

    Stop buying macs til they behave properly!

  98. joel subash

    Whatever ever you say, everyone including you and viewers will buy apple products. so why hating 😂 just buy apple products. Buying their products and saying that they are bad is not a good thing!. I had only one thing to say to everyone is that close you eyes and buy apple products. 🍎

  99. Fee

    Clean my mac IS MALWARE

  100. SportsManDan 100

    Apple is the worst company when it’s comes to storage

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