Making More Space on your iPhone

If you are running out of space on your iPhone or if you want to free some storage space in order to perform update operation of iOS then deleting some apps or data that you don’t use any more can increase performance and can provide you plenty of storage space for storing your memorable pictures and for storing some funny apps as well.

Making more space on your iPhone can be possible by adopting some useful methods like removing old apps, deleting pictures, getting rid of old music’s and videos.

  1. Delete unwanted games: Some games take more than 1 GB of space because of 3 D graphics. On your iPhone you may have some old games that you don’t play anymore or you have finished with all its’ levels like angry birds, 2048, candy crush. Go ahead and delete them
  1. Check your usage: Check out that what apps or what data is taking up most spaces on your iPhone. You may have some unexpected storage hogs. Open the Settings app then go toGeneral > Usage > Manage Storage. There you will come to know about how much storage a particular app is using and how much space is available. After that you can delete according to the rank list
  1. Remove old videos: You know that videos take lot of storage space like a 30 min video can take even 25 MB of your storage space. So if you have bunch of downloaded videos than those can really add up the bad performance as well as consume lot of your iPhone storage space. So to save your iPhone memory space you can swipe left of the video and click on delete
  1. Set your Messages to automatically Expire:

IOS 8 has provided users with a feature of deleting old messages automatically. If you want to go through the old messages then don’t try this. But will you really read these conversations after one year? This option is much easier than deleting old messages manually. Go to Settings > Messages. Under Keep Message, select 30 days or 1 year. To know more about making more space on your iPhone browse here

  1. Only Save HDR Photos:

Every user is well aware about the fact that photographs take lots of storage space on your devices. Sometimes you might have noticed that your iPhone is having two copies of the same photo .That is happening because your phone is using HDR(High Dynamic Range).This happens when your HDR is on Auto or if you have selected it as always on. The camera setting should be preferred for capturing photographs in low light or with shadows. If you choose to shoot in HDR, then no need of keeping the normal photo as well. Go to Settings > Photo & Camera. Scroll to the bottom and deselect Keep Normal Photo. This method is recommended by many experts for making more space on your iPhone