4. Switch off my photo stream.
When trying to clear space on your iPhone, switch off the photo stream function.
Unless, you really truly want two copies of every photo you snap, save, or download. You can thank us later.
5. Delete the duplicate photos taken in HDR mode.
Perfect for taking pics in poorly lit areas, you iPhone’s HDR setting will naturally store the high-definition image as well as a copy of the original photo taken in ‘default’ mode. If your’re reading the ‘iPhone storage almost full’ notice, clear some precious gigabytes by heading to your ‘settings.’ From there, click on ‘photos and camera’ and uncheck the ‘keep normal photo’ option. Violá! You’re done.
6. ‘iPhone storage almost full’ popup still won’t leave you alone? Clear your browsing history and cache!
Googleing ‘how to get more storage on iphone 6/6s/6 Plus/SE/5S/5C/4S or 4 Stop right there. Clearing the history on your iOS web browser is probably one of the easiest, yet most overlooked methods to gain storage. The downside? You’ll have to do it for each individual app … one by one, by one. Open you ‘settings’ once again and click on your internet browser, either Safari, Chrome, or Firefox. Next, click the ‘clear history and data’ button. It’s as simple as that.
7. Do away with automatic app updates.
Allowing applications to update automatically will not only cost you data but unspecified amounts of precious iPhone storage space as well! Make sure to switch the App Store’s default settings and disable the costly feature. Don’t panic, applications will still be able to upgrade to the latest version, but only with your permission.
8. Move your photos to the Google cloud.
Trust us. This tip may guarantee you never read the dread ‘iPhone storage almost full’ notice every again! Downloading the Google Photos App essentially upgrades your iPhone storage altogether, and it’s not just for Android phones either. The crazy cool program stores hundreds of thousands, even millions of high-definition photos and videos in the Google ‘cloud.’ The best part? It’s completely free … for life. While some might label the Google Photos App a “miracle,” we’ll stick with iconic … for now at least.
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