The iPhone and 7 Plus have been the latest venture of Apple to recover the positive rate on sales of its terminals, and although it has not succeeded yet, both phones have become to become one of the most popular on the market. These phones have become the fastest around 2016, and for the first time in a long time has dispensed with the 64GB version directly offering a jump of the 32GB model base to the 128GB of the following model. As well, those who have less internal memory held there is a very simple way to free up space on the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. To release space in the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will have to jailbreak the Apple terminal, easily which will give us access to install this tweak that offers this function as useful to both phones.
Free space on the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, easier with iCleaner
This tweak is not or less new, in fact it is one of the most veteran of Cydia for years, but the big news is that it is now compatible with phones that work on iOS 10, and especially the new iPhone-compatible 7-7 Plus. Thus users of both terminals will be able to enjoy a really useful tool to free up space on these mobile. Thanks to this tweak we can free up space easily by removing any files that are not used and that are completely dispensable for the operating system.
Once we have downloaded Cydia iCleaner we can perform a scan on the iPhone 7 of expendable files that you can delete to gain storage space. This tweak is capable of release gigas of space eliminating files temporary and garbage of all type and even detecting updates of the system that have downloaded and already have been installed, by what does not need follow being stored. As we say iCleaner already is fully compatible for iPhone and 7 Plus, and you can download it by adding the “http://ib-soft.net/cydia” source in Cydia.
There more than install this application and start enjoying a functionality that far can offer us iOS natively, so you have to resort once again to the jailbreak. A jailbreak on iOS 10 7 iPhone that is currently compatible with the versions of iOS 10.1, but that doesn’t seem to go to be available for a long time in iOS 10.2, so if you are thinking to follow with the jailbreak not you upgrade to the latest versions of iOS 10.2.
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