It’s official. The iPhone has become a large part of our lives and, for many of us, we cannot think of life without it. Though it is still debatable why the iPhone 4S comes with only 512MB of memory when your friend’s Android smartphone boasts of a 1GB+ RAM, we would like to discuss about it some other time. If you have been scratching your head about how to check the available memory on your Apple iPhone 4S then today is your lucky day.
With their vast number of various cool apps, iPhones can be used for more than just making phone calls and playing video games till your battery goes dry. Apart from, the super-awesome Siri, an iPhone can be used as an iPod, video player, eBook reader, digital camera and pretty much anything else you want. There are many popular applications that have received a lot of media attention, but there are also those that quietly sit in a segment of our iPhone springboard unused (though some of them still keep running in the background, thus consuming not only your iPhone’s battery but also it’s memory). All of these apps and features take up space and sooner or later you’re going to need to know how much memory you have left in your iPhone 4s.
Check Apple iPhone 4S (5.0.1) Available Memory
Here’s the simplest and quickest guide to show you how to find out how much memory your Apple iPhone has left.
Step 1: Go to the home screen of your iPhone and open Settings.
Step 2: Scroll down and open the General tab.
Step 3: Open the About tab and look for the Capacity and Available headings. These will show you how big your iPhone’s hard drive is and how much memory you have left. You can also see how many songs, videos, apps etc you have left here too.
Instead of just the available total memory on your iPhone 4s, if you’d rather want to find out which feature exactly is taking up the most memory on your iPhone (music, videos or apps) here is an alternative guide to find a more detailed break down of your iPhone’s memory.
Step 1: Connect your iPhone to your PC or Mac.
Step 2: Open iTunes and click on your iPhone tab under the heading devices on the left.
Step 3: At the bottom of the screen you will see a breakdown of what is using the most room on your iPhone and how much space you have left.
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