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Both Dropbox and iCloud work in very similar manners. You can turn off syncing at any time and then copy the files from the "chosen" folder for each sync option to save them anywhere on your filesystem. You don't have to turn things off to prune the storage and ride the "free" tier. Don't pay for something if you don't need extra storage - but those ...
I am fed up with limited storage I will not pay the money to upgrade That's the problem right there.
Your iCloud storage is how much data you can keep online, in the cloud. This is variable, depending on how much you pay, for what you need. Your first 5GB is free. The iPhone itself has a fixed hardware memory, or RAM, which can only be chosen when you buy it, in 8, 16, 32 or 64 GB configurations. The total you see in Settings > General > Storage will never ...
Make sure to look in the recently deleted album. They stay there for 30 days unless you go in there and delete them permanently.
You can setup your AirPort Time Capsule to be a file server. Just create several folders or as you require. Use port forwarding in the Airport side to forward your WAN or internet connection to the Time Capsule side. Use DynDNS to setup an account and then connect from anywhere in the world where the internet is not censored. You will want excellent ...
Have you tried contacting any local stores your phone provider has? It's becoming less common nowadays as basic phones are no longer the norm but back in the day they had a machine they could connect your phone to and transfer information out of it then on to a different phone. Maybe you could call around to local stores and see if any of them still have ...
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