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By Damilola Faustino

Due to the fact that Apple wants to make its product unique and standout, the iPhone does not have a memory space. As such, you may always find yourself craving for more space on your iPhone, hence you will keep deleting your phone content to create space. The alternative is to buy either 32GB or 64GB iPhone, but that is if you have the money. However, there are tricks to expand your iPhone’s storage without breaking the bank or deleting everything. Here are ways:


Plug in a flash drive

Even though you can’t expand your iPhone’s internal storage, you can grow its external storage. Flash storage works for your iPhone just like adding an external hard drive for your PC — except this, the flash drive goes with you wherever your iPhone goes. You will have enough space for your data.

Keep a wireless hard drive in your pocket

If you’re not keen on wires or having something constantly plugged into your phone, there are wireless storage options too. By connecting them to the same Wi-Fi network, your iPhone can sync with a wireless storage device in your pocket or purse. With a corresponding app, you can set your phone to automatically store stuff on the wireless drive instead of storing it internally.

Extract iPhone data to a Laptop

Usually, you may consider transferring some files to your laptop, an external hard drive or a USB flash drive so as to remove some files. How to do this? Actually, it is very easy as long as you use a professional iOS data extractor tool.

Use the cloud

Why store your files on your own hard drive when you can store them on someone else’s servers? You can use DropBox, Amazon Cloud Drive, Google Drive, Microsoft¬†OneDrive or Apple iCloud to manage your files in the cloud. Depending on how much you store, you might have to pay a monthly subscription fee.

Clean your phone 

If you use apps such as DU Speedbooster for Android or PhoneClean for iPhones, you can clear out unnecessary files that accumulate on your phone. But you’ll only reclaim so much space — a couple gigabytes at most.

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