How to free up space on an iPad that's running out of storage, in 4 different ways
If your iPad is running out of storage, there are several ways you could free up significant space on it.
- When your iPad is running low on space, it might run more slowly. You might also encounter problems like the inability to install new apps.
- You can free up space on an iPad by deleting unwanted or unused apps and their data in the Settings app.
- You can also reclaim space by deleting unwanted music files, clearing the browser cache, and removing old email messages.
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Even though the latest iPad models come with a generous amount of storage space, upgrading to higher capacities can be quite expensive.
If you have an iPad with a more modest amount of room for apps and data - or if you've simply filled yours to the brim regardless - there are a variety of ways you can reclaim space on your tablet.
Here's everything you need to know.
See how much storage space your iPad has available
Delete the apps and data that can save you the most room
Delete unwanted music from your iPad
Clear your iPad’s Safari’s cache
Delete old emails from your iPad