Do you find your iPhone Bluedown applications fill up the iPhone faster than ever before, as Facebook, Netflix, Snape Chat and Einstagram are all guilty of eating much more storage than just four years ago.
The 10 most popular applications on the US App Store took only 164MB of space in May 2013, but in four years this balloon has a 1.9GB, an increase of 1100%. Apple allows its distributed application through the App Store to be as big as 4GB at the time of purchase, a limit that is doubled by Apple in early 2015.
During the same period shows that Uber increased 22 times, Gmail 20 times, Facebook Messenger 15 times and Facebook itself 12 times. Facebook also takes the crown for being the top 10 most popular iOS applications, at 388MB, up from 32MB in 2013. During just one update in September 2016 grew by 100MB.
Apple is aware of the problem, after finally gave up the option of 16GB storage when the iPhone 6S gave way to the iPhone 7, which starts at 32GB, in 2016. The above two options are 128GB and 256GB. But without a microSD card slot, which competes like the Samsung Galaxy S8 that add up to 256GB additional, cheaper iPhone still lagging behind some way behind the competition.
To help improve this situation, iOS 11, which will be available to the public in the fall, has a feature that suggests you delete applications that have not been used for some time. This removes the basic features of the application, but retains its settings and associated data to make it easy.
This kernel is limited by Apple to 100MB, however, so the effect of the feature is likely to mean little to all but most users narrow space.