Internal memory is one of the most basic and utmost important feature of a smartphone. Many of us completely ignore this feature when considering a new phone.
While some devices these days allow adding extra storage via a microSD card, others don't. Unlike Android phones, Apple doesn't allow users to expand the internal memory of an iPhone. Your iPhone's storage can ran up quickly, leaving your device with no possible storage. This is obviously an embarrassing situation.
Thankfully there's a plenty of easy ways you can free up space on your iPhone. So we've tried to come up with top 5 quick ways to solve space issues on your iPhone. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!
Delete Unused apps
We often download applications on your device, but very soon forget to user them. If you don't uses unnecessary apps just delete them. While many apps are 50 to 100MB, games can be 1GB or even 2GB, depending upon the type of game. To delete an application, you need to simply tap and hold its icon until it juggles and then tap the X in the corner.
Clean Up For iPhone’s Browsing History
Your iPhone will automatically keep a history of all of the web pages that you have searched for and visited. If you browse the web often, there will be a lot of space being occupied unnecessary. To clear your iPhone's history, simply go to settings > Safari and press ‘Clear History'.
Back Up and Delete Photos and Videos
It's hard to delete your memorable photos and videos, just because your iPhone doesn't allow you to expand the internal memory. Thankfully there are ways getting your multimedia content in the cloud. Basically, Apple provides an option to save your data via iCloud, which provides 5GB of free space. With iCloud, you can automatically back up your pictures/videos to the cloud whenever you're on Wi-Fi.
Set Messages to Auto-Delete
Your text messages can quickly start taking up a few hundred megabytes of storage .In iOS 8, there's an option where you can automatically delete older messages. To enable this setting, go to Settings>Messages and then under "Keep Messages" set it to 30 days or 1 Year.
Use iTunes From Cloud
Your iPhone doubles as an MP3 player. Naturally, stored MP3 files will take a lot of storage space. Since iTunes is better integrated with Cloud, subscribing to iTunes Match does make sense. Now, your entire music collection can be accessed using the iCloud.