Clear Your iPhone for Vacations

Summer is a time for vacations and sunny photos. Sometimes even 128 GB of memory can not protect you from the “Storage Almost Full” popup notification. When shooting photos is so important to iOS users, it can be disappointing. Don’t let it happen on your holidays. Free up your memory.

Here is a short guide telling you how to clear iPhone or iPad.

Clear history on iPhone

Clear cookie files from Safari by selecting Settings Safari Clear history and website data. To delete all stored information from your browser select Settings  Safari  Advanced → Website data Delete all data.

Clear cache on iPhone

When you use an application it creates temporary data. As a result, huge massive of gigabytes fills the memory. To view apps which eat up space go to Settings General Storage and iCloud Usage Manage Storage. Delete unneeded applications and reinstall important ones.

Delete text messages

If you send lots of photos and videos via iMessage it quickly reduces your memory space. Remove large correspondences from your device.

Delete music from iPhone

Are you going to listen to those old songs ever again? If you haven’t done so for several months or even more, remove them. Moreover, Apple allows you to broadcast music downloaded from iTunes through iCloud. It`s not necessary to store them on your device.

Disable podcasts auto-update

Podcasts also occupy a lot of space. If you do not frequently listen to podcasts you should disable automatic downloading of new episodes. Also, do not forget to turn on automatic listened issues deleting.

Deleting photos from iPhone

Photos mostly fill your memory. Import them to your Mac. If you have done it a lot of times and now you are confused which photos have been saved on Mac and which ones are not, use Phone Cleaner for Media Files. This phone cleaner finds the largest media in iPhone and similar photos and offers to clean up photo streams from unnecessary repetition. A free download is available in the App Store.

Now your mobile device is ready. Use these tips to free up enough space for new photos. Enjoy your holidays!