The iPhone is more than a phone. Log on to Youtube right now and you’ll find a number of viral videos. But, you would be surprised at how many of those videos were shot with an iPhone.
In fact, you would be surprised how many short videos are filmed with an iPhone. There is no doubt that Canon and Nikon produce some of the best videos without mortgaging your house, but the device you use to communicate with your friends can help your produce high-quality video.
You just need to make sure you keep enough space. How much space? At least 128 GB.
If you plan to use your phone to create a vlog or some video content for your brand, you will need space. Can you imagine setting up to shoot an interview, or how-to-video, hitting records and then being faced with the decision of which videos you must delete?
Here are three reasons why the 128GB iPhone is the way to go if you want to develop some cool marketing material at your fingertips.
Shoot 4K Video:
The iPhone produces some of the best videos. The days of 1080P being the best resolution are long gone. It is all about 4K now. When everyone was forced to upgrade to high definition in 2009, everyone thought the world of 720P and 1080P, but now 4K is even better picture quality. With great video, comes great sacrifice, (on storage that is). That means the size of the files is larger. With larger files, it will take more space not only in your camera roll, but if you send it to someone, the video stays in the message attachments, also taking up space.
Hold all of Your Apps:
The App Store is filled with hundreds of apps that will make your content stick out. From video editing to photo enhancement, there are apps that will help your brand stand out on social media. These apps take up space. Many take up over 500MB. You also have to factor in creating content in the app. Whenever you do that, you use more space in order to save your content.
Keep Your Favorite Pictures and Music:
Chances are, you’re not using iPhone simple to create a video. Whether you are working out or vibing while working on a project, you’ll need your music and probably your podcasts. Of course, you want to take photos to capture memories with a reasonable limit. And, let’s not forget about important emails. And if you have a 16GB phone, chances are you will not be able to use your phone for both business and pleasure.
If you find yourself doing a ton of DIY marketing tactics or simply creating video content for your brand, these three reasons are should get thinking about upgrading your iPhone to a 128GB. It’s always better to have too much space than not enough.
Brian Waters is an Award-Winning Social Media Producer and owns BWaters Productions in Baltimore. Brian is the man behind @HopkinsMedNews (Twitter) and has implemented strategies for Fox Sports 1340 AM. For more information on video production services, please contact Brian Waters here.