Most of the time since I installed iOS 10, I have exactly 0 KB of free space on my iPhone (16 GB). Therefore, I can't even take photos with it. With iOS 9, I had more apps and some albums downloaded and I still had at least 1 or 2 GB free most of the time. Since I installed iOS 10, however, I've been forced to remove apps and most of my downloaded content in order to be able to use the iPhone (some apps, like WhatsApp, refuse to be opened with no free space available). No more music or podcasts stored on the device. I also have to restart the phone frequently in order to regain about 100 MB that only last for a few minutes. When I updated to the new beta yesterday, I regained about 1 GB, but it's now gone even though I have not downloaded a thing (in fact, I've barely used the phone). iOS is supposed to manage the storage, making space when needed, but it's not doing so for me. Manage Store tells me that I have 11.76 GB in use with 0 KB free. I manually added up the storage taken by each app (including photos, etc.) and it's about 5.15 GB right now, after deleting, as I said, all of my music, podcasts, some apps, etc. Therefore, it seems like iOS is taking 6.61 GB. iTunes says that there are 4.44 GB of "Other". This doesn't seem like normal behavior. I know it's the 16 GB iPhone, but I have little content on it and it has never been a problem on previous versions of iOS. And yes, it's a beta, but I haven't seen anyone with this problem, so maybe it's just me. I already sent feedback to Apple, by the way. Anybody else experiencing this?