|iPhone 5C in Blue|
|CPU||1.3 GHz dual core 32-bit ARMv7-A "Swift"|
|GPU||PowerVR SGX543MP3 (triple-core)|
|Memory||1 GB LPDDR2-1066 RAM|
|Storage||8 GB (discontinued on September 9, 2015), 16 and 32 GB (discontinued on September 9, 2014)|
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Apple® iPhone® 4s - Check Device Storage
The 5C features a 4-inch Retina, multi-touch display, which has a 640×1136 pixel resolution. Storage capacities available are fixed at 8, 16, or 32 GB; plug-in memory card are not supported.
Some people like to have one device that, while it doesn't do everything all the time, it's capable enough to do most things most of the time. If you do a fair but not overwhelming amount of stuff on your iPhone 5c or iPhone 5s, you're better off going for 32GB.
Use the Cloud Moving files to the Cloud is an easy way to free up space locally on your iPhone. For those with large Camera Rolls, enabling Apple iCloud offers 5GB of space for free. Need more than 5GB?
Tap either Never, After one day, After one week, or After one month. The emails that you delete will leave your phone (and its storage) on the schedule you chose.
Clear your cache Deleting apps, photos, and videos will free up a good chunk of your storage, but clearing your web browser cache can also give you a bit more space if you're in a crunch.
You can free up space on an iPad by deleting unwanted or unused apps and their data in the Settings app. You can also reclaim space by deleting unwanted music files, clearing the browser cache, and removing old email messages.
Apple iPhone 5c - Check Device Storage
Moving files to the Cloud is an easy way to free up space locally on your iPhone. For those with large Camera Rolls, enabling Apple iCloud offers 5GB of space for free. Need more than 5GB?
Delete or Offload Large Apps So, you can free up a lot of space on your iPhone by removing apps you haven't used in a while. To delete apps on your iPhone, go to Settings > General > iPhone Storage.