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15 iPhone Tricks To Help Create Tons Of Storage When Memory Is Almost Full 

Our phones present us with many conveniences. But every time, we see this message, "Storage Almost Full", it boils our blood and we want to kill ourselves. Imagine how frustrating our life would become if we have to see this annoying notification every day. I feel bad for those guys who own the 16GB version iPhone. It suddenly becomes a nightmare for all of us. So, what could be done about it? Of course, you can't insert an external memory card; iPhone doesn't let you do that. So, what is the solution of this annoying problem? Don't worry; we've got your back. We have come up with the solutions through which you can get rid of this annoying problem and also make a ton of space on your iPhone so that you never have to worry about the remaining space on your iPhone ever. 

A constant disaster 

Do you often get this notification? Wanna get rid of it?

Let's start with checking storage space

First, try checking your storage space.

Instructions

Follow the instructions given in the image.Source: Tech Insider

Delete all the unwanted apps from the storage menu 

These unwanted apps take a lot of space on your iPhone.Here's the trick to remove pre-installed apps on your iPhone. 

The Alternative

Or delete one-by-one from the home menu.

Remove the unwanted stuff

Delete podcasts and music which you never listen to.

What you watched... 

Also, the TV shows and movies you've watched already. 

iCloud

Or save them on iCloud.

Remove the unwanted media

Delete those innumerable selfies you took.

Watch out!

Don't forget to clear recently deleted photos.

Manage space

Also, disable photo stream. It takes up lot of space. 

Instructions

Here's the procedure to disable photo stream.

I know it is tedious, but...

... Delete unwanted messages also. It will help you to clear the junk.  

Did you know?

Do you know about this feature?

Do it here

I'm sure after applying all these tricks, you won't ever get the problem of space on your iPhone. At least for a while.Source: Tech Insider