Luckily this solution is great for the other problems we mention too.
(For a more old-fashioned approach to this problem, see How to make space on an i Phone when you need it.) Read next: 21 brilliant i OS 10 tips | How to use the News app | How to search in i OS 10 | How to use public-transport directions in Apple Maps | Multitasking on the i Pad in i OS 10 This is what we had to do when it turned out i OS 8 required more space than we had available - the same will apply if you have the same issue, no matter the version of i OS.
You can view a video tutorial for these steps at the top of this article.
While Apple historically suggested that you could make more storage available by deleting items, this time round the company is actually offering to delete apps for you (and let you download them again afterwards).
First of all, head over to the downloads page and download the latest release of Open ELEC.
i OS 10 is now here, but you may be struggling to download it due to the sheer volume of traffic or due to other issues, for example, your i Phone may only have 8GB or 16GB storage and that may mean that you don't have enough space for the download.
If the latter is the case you should see a message saying that Apple will delete some of your apps to make space, and then let you download them again later, but if that sounds like a lot of extra work, there is a way round it - follow this tutorial and install i OS 10 via i Tunes, you may find you get there a little quicker and with fewer hiccups and without any space constraints.
It should work fine now, but if it doesn’t we have a few other troubleshooting trick… Thus, we’ll trash the preferences and start anew, which is an effective technique for troubleshooting strange behavior for a Mac mouse and trackpad, and then reboot the Mac again.
Rebooting often works to resolve drag and drop issues when restarting the Finder has failed. You’ll be deleting some user level preference files here, it’s a good idea to complete a back up of the Mac first just in case you break something: com.apple. Apple Bluetooth Multitouch.trackpad.plist com.apple.preference.trackpad.plist com.apple.driver. Apple Bluetooth Multitouch.mouse.plist com.apple.driver. Apple HIDMouse.plist Once again, try using drag and drop where you were experiencing the original failures in OS X, it should work just fine at this point.