It’s one of the most common issues right now for iPhone users. The super annoying iPhone almost full storage notification that popups up 10 times a minute on your iPhone! I’m going to assume there are a lot of people experiencing this iPhone storage issue. Although there actually is no real ‘Go away’ option on this popup,
These are some tips to fix I found for this issue;
Delete unwanted apps,
Go through every app you have downloaded. See if there are any apps that you no longer need or no longer use. If you find any lurking on your home screen, delete them now.
Go to Settings > General > Usage > Manage Storage > tap and delete any unwanted apps
Delete Safari caches,
Similar to most web browser apps, Safari stores data – cache – to cut down time spent accessing frequently visited sites. Over time, this cache builds up quite a bit. See if you can free up some iPhone space by deleting your Safari internet cache.
Delete and re-install Facebook app.
No this won’t delete any of your data, just your cache. The Facebook app is one of the apps mentioned earlier that does not automatically clear its cache. Tut tut! If you delete Facebook and restart your device, you should see an immediate difference in your iPhone storage.
Reset your settings,
Resetting your settings will not erase any of your data, just your settings and preferences. So your music, photos, contacts and calendar events will be safe.
To Reset All Settings – Go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings