Techie Tips: How to free up space on an iPhone or iPad

With the plethora of business applications available for mobile devices, iPhones and iPads have become indispensable tools for busy professionals. A problem we all seem to run into is that these applications, along with the eBooks, music files, and photos take up a huge amount of space on the devices.

iPads and iPhones don’t have file systems you can see, but there are still apps and files eating up space. You are able to see what’s consuming that limited space and free it up.
Each bit of data on your device is associated with an app. For example, downloaded Kindle eBooks are tied to the Kindle app. Music files are part of the Music app, videos are part of the Videos app, and photos are part of the Photos app.

 

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Here are 5 ways to free up your data:

1. View Per-App storage usage
2. Delete Apps
3. Clear an Apps Documents
and Data
4. Delete Music, Videos, Photos
and Other Media Files
5. Erase browsing data

Use these tips to free up space and allow full functionality of your device!

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