I posted this on the Apple Forums but I always find the MacRumors community more helpful then they are. Mods, if you feel this should be in a different spot, feel free to move it. I wasn't sure how else to word that title, but my father-in-law has an iPhone 5c running iOS 7.0.6 16GB. For some reason it keeps saying the hard drive is full whenever he tries to take a picture. Under usage it says 4.7 GB used for the camera roll (0 bytes Photo Library and 3.6KB Photo Stream). The breakdown of items in the photos app says he has 321 photos, 27 Videos and 6 panoramas. None of his videos are much longer than a minute. I feel like this should not take up that much space and there's something wrong. My 32GB iPhone 5 running iOS 8.1.1 with 898 photos and 26 videos and my usage reports 3.6 GB used. Is there something I should use to fix the phone reporting or finding where there's hidden files or something? I'm lost here!