Those dreaded iPhone pop-ups reminding you of your small storage space is annoying! It happens right when you’re about to take a photo, and it shows no mercy. If you’re like us, you start to delete unwanted photos just to get some more storage. By the time you’re finished, your photo op has surpassed.
Inevitably, you’re probably here because you’re interested in expanding your storage without the conventional search-and-delete method. We’re with you on that boat. There’s nothing more depressing than losing precious photos just for the sake of saving some storage space. The following are just some helpful tips to give your iPhone the space it needs.
Saving HDR Photos
The HDR feature is one of the many beautiful qualities that the iPhone possesses. The photos are crisps making it look like your pictures were professionally done. Still, if you use this feature, it saves both the regular version and the latter. To change this, you can go to your Settings> Photos & Camera > [deselect] Keep Normal Photo. Easy-peasy, right?
Deleting Old Texts
We can understand why you’d want to keep your old text messages, but will you go through them again? We didn’t think so! Delete your message ASAP! To do this, go to Settings > Messages. Under the Keep Message box, you’ll see 30 days, one year, or forever. Opt for 30 days.
Eliminate Unused Podcasts
Did you know that podcasts can take up a lot of room on your phone? Once you’re done listening to them, it’s not reasonable to save them! Located on the bottom of your podcasts are the individual selections that you’ve already listened to. Give your phone a favor, and delete them!
Good-bye Browsing History
While your phone’s history may not be a big culprit, you may be surprised how much you can save with such a simple removal. To clear it, do the following sequence: Settings > Safari > Clear History and Website Data.
Delete Your Photos
Your photos can take up a lot of space on your phone. Along with videos, you can just imagine the sizes of such massive files! To prevent losing photos, enable an automatic Dropbox!