How to free up more space on your iPhone to take photos

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How to free up more space on your iPhone to take photos

Postby joselcollin » Mon Sep 17, 2018 10:53 am

If you have a 16GB or 32GB iPhone, turning on iCloud Photo Library might not be enough — you may need to do some more sprucing on your iPhone to make your Camera happy. Here are a few tips I've found that work well to quickly clear up space.
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Re: How to free up more space on your iPhone to take photos

Postby danielhowell » Mon Sep 17, 2018 10:55 am


Do you really plan to scroll back through a years-worth of texts? If the answer is “no,” it’s time to reconfigure your Messages settings. Go to your Settings, select Messages and then reset your Keep Messages to 30 days. (Note: Once you select this option, all text messages older than 30 days will be deleted from your device.)

The easiest way to free up gigabytes of space on your iPhone is by deleting apps that you don’t use that take up a lot of room. When you navigate your way from Settings to the Manage Storage tab, it’s easy to identify which apps are taking up the most space. Start at the top and work your way down, removing any apps that you find unnecessary. And if you’re willing to part with social networking apps, start by deleting video-heavy ones that suck up your data (sorry Snapchat and YouTube).

In April, a Reddit user gave iPhone users craving more storage space a tip that worked so well it went viral. To free up space, the user recommended logging onto the iTunes Store and attempting to rent a movie with a large file size, like “The Lord of the Rings,” for example. The film will be too big to download, which will then prompt a “not enough storage notification.” You select “OK” and then head to your Settings. Select General, then go to Storage & iCloud Usage and you’ll notice that you have more space.
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Re: How to free up more space on your iPhone to take photos

Postby andoresmithe » Mon Sep 17, 2018 11:01 am


As part of its new suite of educational apps and experiences for children, Apple is now offering 200GB of storage at no additional cost. icloud storage full
200GB of free iCloud storage is only for students and teachers with school-provided Apple IDs.The school has to be registered through Apple and the email address officially called as Managed Apple ID. This 200 GB free iCloud storage privilege doesn't work like the Apple Music student discount, where any student with a .edu is eligible.

Regular students and standard users of Apple devices continue to be limited to 5GB of free storage space. But we can easily upgrade our cloud storage plan from our iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or PC. Also, Apple made it really easy for us to share our iCloud storage with our family members too. Below is iCloud storage pricing in the United States.
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