Learn how to disable automatic Offloading of Apps on your iPhone or iPad. While iOS 11 introduced the convenient feature of offloading unused apps to free up storage space, you might prefer to have more control over this process. By default, your device automatically offloads unused apps, removing the app itself but retaining its data and settings.
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Taking Charge of App Storage: Disabling Automatic Offloading on iOS Devices
If you want to maintain control over your app storage, it’s important to know how to disable automatic offloading of apps, especially with iOS 11 and above. To achieve this, follow the steps outlined below. Additionally, my sister’s site recently published an informative piece on this topic. Kindly click on this link for more information. To do this, please follow the steps below.
From the Home screen, navigate to Settings as shown below.
Click on App Store
As you can see below, the Automatic Offload of unused Apps is enabled. To disable this, please proceed to the next image.
To disable I, kindly toggle the button as shown below to turn off this settings.
Note: This feature is only peculiar to unused apps. If your iPhone is running on 32GB you might need the Offload feature enabled to help keep your phone running smoothly
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