A while ago I noticed the free storage on my 16Gb iPhone 6S was really low. Deleted most of my large apps and could still only get 7Gb of free storage space. So I downloaded a storage analysis app and found that I have 5 partitions on my storage. The main 11.8Gb one, a small ~150Mb partition, and 2 unnamed ones that each take up 3Gb of storage (assuming they're for iOS/iOS updates). Only the 11.8Gb partition is separated into 2 smaller partitions, one called "disk0s1s2" and the other called "dev" which takes up 3Gb of space (95% is used). After maybe a week of messing around with it, I ended up deleting my xcode developer profile and when I rebooted my phone, I now had roughly 10Gb of free space, and the 3Gb "dev" partition was no longer there. Assuming this is xcode related and not some freak coincidence, is there a particular reason why xcode installs 3Gb of stuff to my phone? Btw, no they're not sideloaded apps since I only had maybe 12 of my really small apps on my phone.