Hello, I just restored my iPhone as new this morning with a new Apple ID and am setting everything up, and I just noticed that my storage is being slowly eaten up by incoming SMS/iMessage texts. This has never happened to me before, and after multiple subsequent restores as new I can confirm it continues to occur now. In Settings > General > Usage > Messages, it reads "Messages (Saved)" with a data amount next to it. It shouldn't even be saving my messages period, because I delete every one after I read it -- it should just read 0KB -- but its climbing by a few hundred KB (really?) for every single message I receive and delete. I sent myself and deleted a few messages saying nothing more than "test" in between checking the Settings app, and its at 1.6MB now. Swiping it does nothing, there's no option to delete it. I searched and found some other people with this problem, but I cannot find any solid answers for a fix. Someone on the Apple Support forums claimed it swallowed up almost a hundred GB before forcing them to restore as new and lose their data just to shrink it. I'm not looking for a reactionary measure like that, I want to know why the hell there's a cache of messages being kept on my phone when I have deleted them all in the first place and how to stop it from collecting more. Is this a bug that's been around for a while, or is it by design? Is there a solution anyone knows about? I'd greatly appreciate anyone's knowledge and time, thanks!