Apple knows people have different storage needs and so it has made the iPhones available in various storage options and the users can get the one that best fits their storage needs.
Although some people buy the iPhone with the greatest storage option, their phones often get filled with files (many times, junk ones) and apps and they start complaining about their devices.
Sometimes, it’s not the content that you see on your screen occupies the space but it’s the content hidden beneath your apps that’s a memory hogger. Many of the apps you install on your device store their files inside deep folders and occupy a significant amount of storage without you knowing about it.
Just like Apple knew your storage needs, it also knew people would have these memory issues and so they have added an option in the iPhones that allows users to remove the data stored by apps on their devices. That way, you can remove the data that a particular app has stored on your device and thus free up memory space on your device.
If you’re a Twitter lover and have the Twitter app installed on your iPhone, you’ve likely been giving a good amount of space to the app for it to store the files. The following guide shows how you can get that Twitter documents and data deleted from your iPhone X/8/7/6s/6/5s/5 so there’s no hidden content occupying memory space on your device.
Like I said before, iOS has built-in option that allows for clearing app data and caches for various apps on your device.
To get started, simply open the Settings menu from your springboard and tap on General. Then, head to the menu that says Storage & iCloud Usage followed by Manage Storage for storage.
In the list of apps, find the app named Twitter and tap on it. On the following screen, you should be able to find the way to clear data for the app from your device. This screen is what allows you to get rid of unwanted apps and their data from your iOS device.
This should have cleared the Twitter app data on your iOS enabled iPhone. You can go to the same screen again to see how much memory space the app now occupies. It must be a very small amount now.
If the above method didn’t fully clear the data for your chosen app, then we suggest that you completely remove the app from your device by uninstalling it and then re-installing it from the app store.
So, what happens here is that the entire data of the app gets removed from your device once you uninstall it. Then, when you re-install it, only the initial data is stored that doesn’t occupy much memory space.
If you’d like to keep the app but still wish to delete the documents and data, then we’d suggest you go for an app like Tenorshare iCareFone Cleaner that helps clean up your iPhone from junk and other files by 1-click.
Install this iPhone cleaning tool on your computer, and connect your iOS device to computer. Click Start to analyze your iPhone storage condition.
After scanning, it will display the junk files, temporary files and other data that can be removed to reclaim more storage on your device. All app data caches including Twitter or Facebook can be cleared immediately by clicking Clean button.
Here we introduce three ways to delete Twitter documents and data on iPhone/iPad. We hope this guide helps.