Apple finally releases its official iOS 13 in just over an hour, and a host of new iPhone features are coming with it, which includes a system-wide Dark Mode, a Find My app, a revamped Photo Sapp, updated privacy features, and street-level Maps, and not just this but also hundreds of smaller new changes and tweaks.
Reclaim Device Storage Space
With the release of iOS 13, Apple has happened to improve in many ways like the way apps the App Store are packaged together, and it says users can get app downloads that are up to 50 percent smaller, which would result in less storage taken. However, before you can attain its benefit, you need to first make sure your device has got enough space to get the new operating system or you can get everything checked from the iPhone service center in Mumbai.
Keeping that in mind, one thing that should be done by you is to look at what apps you currently have installed on your devices and whether you really need them. Swipe through your home screen and check inside your folders to find out if there are any long-forgotten apps that are taking up precious storage space.
You can get the apps deleted by holding a finger on them and tapping the X that appears at the corner of their icon. And if this difficult to you, then you can choose an alternate, go to Settings -> General -> iPhone Storage, tap any apps you don’t use, and select Delete App. Also, if you delete something by mistake, do not worry, you can always get the removed apps at a later date if you want.
To reclaim more memory space, check on the size of any social media or messaging apps you have installed, such as Facebook and WhatsApp. These apps often grab a lot of size after long periods of activity because of chat history, media storage and the like, so you might want to delete and reinstall them to start afresh.
Also, be sure to get any personal recommendations on the iPhone Storage screen from any mobile center like the iPhone service center, like keeping high-resolution photos in iCloud, and smaller-size versions on your device, or allowing iOS offload any apps on its own you don’t use often.
Create an Archived iTunes Backup
It’s truly one of those best practices to have an iTunes backup of your device stored on your computer in case something goes wrong, or the worst happens and the installation of iOS 13 fails. If you need to downgrade shortly after installing a new iOS update, making an archived iTunes backup beforehand is imperative for you.
An archived iTunes backup is a tool that helps in saving the current state of your iOS device and saves it from being accidentally overwritten by subsequent backups. This is how you are supposed to do it on a Mac. (Note that if you’re a Windows user, the iTunes procedure would be slightly different, and you will need to set up a new name for your iTunes backup folder or move it to another location to prevent it from being overwritten).
- A procedure that needs to be followed be one to archive the backup is, first select Preferences from the menu of iTunes and then tap on the Devices tab. Make sure that you do a right-click on the new backup and choose the Archive option.
- When you are done with the archival process, a backup is labeled with the date and the time that it was archived and just in case you are having any problems, you can go to the iPhone service center in Thane.
Installing iOS 13
When iOS 13 becomes available (likely around 10 AM PST/1 PM EST on the official release day, based on past releases) it will automatically be delivered to your device either via iTunes when you connect it into your computer, or as an over-the-air update or else you can get them updated from iPhone service center. Be sure about the fact that your device is fully charged before you start the process over Wi-Fi, as it may take some time to complete.