I have, in a developer beta. You know, the one you shouldn't be using unless you have an app to test functionality with.I installed iOS 7 the day it came out and until now have had no major problems. The last few days my phone just randomly tells me I am out of storage space. It goes from 4Gb free to 0 in about 5-6 hours. Has anyone else seen this?
can't confirm atm but i believe itunes breaks it down and shows os data too?I've noticed issues with storage running down as well. My guess is that iOS is using up some storage and it's not clear where it's coming from.
If I look at my usage in settings app and take the sum of all my apps it totals 8.32 GB. However, the reported usage is 12.9 GB. So essentially there is a 4.5 GB difference that I can only assume it is the OS itself. Does anyone know a way to confirm how much data iOS is consuming?
It might be broken in the beta but it's supposed to delete iCloud music after playing.If you're listening to your music on shuffle, including those in the cloud, the music files are being downloaded. That's what happened to me. I deleted the songs and videos that it had downloaded and my storage was back to normal.
Well on iOS 7 Beta 1 it went down as low as 500 and odd meg - which meant I couldn't install Beta 2 without deleting something.Seems this has now affected me.
Had over 5GB free - down to 700MB now. Would love to get to the bottom of it.
Safari perhaps, creating a cache of loaded pages? You would have to visit a lot of pages though.For me it's nothing to do with iCloud or iTunes Match or anything normally non-phone based, as I don't use any of those services.