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If you are on iOS 8, you can go to Settings > General > Usage > Storage > Manage Storage > Music, slide the first item "All Songs" to the left and press "Delete". Warning: there is no confirmation dialog, as I've just found out :|


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If the music is purchased from iTunes Store: You can either swipe right and click delete and/or go to Settings>Music> Turn off Show All Music. It could be showing you music purchased called iTunes in the Cloud. If the music is from the computer: You can connect the device to the computer and click on the device in iTunes when it appears. Upon choosing ...


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What to do when you do not have enough storage because your backup size is too large: Delete the current backup on your iCloud for that specific iOS device. Your iCloud backup is now automatically turned off, so turn it back on. A new backup is made and has a reasonable size. Theoretically your phone could crash in the short while you do not have a ...


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My answer is based on My personal experience, so this may or may not be valid for you. Based on the information provided by you, it reminded me of a similar situation I had face sometime back. iCloud not back's up the recent backup data but also saves the backup files backed up before, As in, If I created a backup today, and then I created a backup next ...


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my Iphone 4 has done the same thing before; try keeping it on until it runs out of power so that it turns off completly. then plug it in and turn it back on. also make sure that no webpages are open on the safari app. I hope that his is helpful.


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It may need more than the space of the update to move things around while updating, but if that is the case, it will refuse to update until you free the space needed. In that situation, according to this Apple Support document, you could: Plug your device into your computer and update using iTunes. Manually remove content from your device and try to update ...


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If the size of your iTunes Library is larger then the amount of storage you have on your iDevice then you need to Uncheck Selection for an appropriate amount of Albums/Songs to then sync with your iDevice to the point that you have an appropriate amount of free space on the device. As an example I gave ~150 GB of songs in my iTunes Library however my 64 GB ...


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If you are concerned with space, ditch iPhoto, Aperture or Photos and use a simple photo viewer (such as Lyn). Apple photo apps add about 30% in thumbnails & libray files before you start editing & adding versions etc. Right click your library & look at the size of the masters (true of Aperture) & compare it to your overall library size.


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If you work hard to clean up your photos after switching to the photos app, or tell iCloud photos to optimize disk usage, then your disk usage will actually go up, because the iPhoto library will still point to the old files, and they will not be deleted from the drive until you delete the old iPhoto library. I was just working on a Macbook Air that had a ...


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i had same problem and found this video on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WT3Z0Hals4 it helped ;) Its actually your delete photos. In some iPhone's your photos don't get deleted it self you have to go an d delete then manually by changing date setting...


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I have a 4 GB disparity between what shows on my iPhone 6 64 GB and what shows up in iTunes. I propose that this is because of the iOS Operating System itself. While the phone is able to calculate the exact size of the OS and thus give a more accurate reading, iTunes doesn't have access to that data and assumes your phone just has that much more space. ...


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Tap Manage Storage (on your iOS device) to see what Apps are using the most space. From there you may be able to determine the discrepancy. Also, if you have multiple iOS devices, it is easy to mistakenly be looking at the wrong one in iTunes.


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Sign out of iCloud on your phone by going to Settings > iCloud > and tapping "Sign Out." Then sign back in. This will prompt your iCloud connection to update the information it is displaying. If it does not update, sign out of iCloud, restart your iPhone, and sign back in. Additionally, you may want to download the Ookla Speedtest app from the app store, ...


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Although the issue I see normally is with "Backups" growing to ridiculous sizes, it's possible this issue is a variant of the same problem... Try typing sudo tmutil disablelocal into the Terminal and enter your password, then turn Time Machine off and on,. If this is the same issue, in a minute or two the numbers should return to normal. What this does is ...


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My Photos library has about 60,000 photos and about 1,600 movies. The total size is about 560GB. About 30,000 photos are uploaded to iCloud and can be browsed by all my devices and desktop machines. So far no problems and interaction is fluid. With old iPhotos it was annoyingly slow to view the library in its entirety and had to split it into yearly ...


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