“On Monday, Apple released iOS 7.1.2, a minor update to its mobile operating system,” Dwight Silverman writes for The Houston Chronicle. “It was nothing major, fixing some bugs and closing some security holes. Most folks, alerted to it, likely installed the update and went along their way.”
“But some iPhone and iPad owners could not install it because they didn’t have enough space available. This is a common problem, particularly with those devices that only have 16 gigabytes of memory,” Silverman writes. ” I have discovered that there’s often one type of iOS data that can be deleted quickly and easily, and in big chunks, making for a quick, efficient reclamation of space.”
Silverman writes, “Try deleting text messages – specifically, whole threads of messages at a time.”
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