By now, you’ve probably heard the news that your iPhone is only about half the size it once was.
While that might be the case for some, there are still a lot of people who still want to keep everything on the iPhone for as long as possible.
In fact, the iPhone is still the most popular smartphone on the planet, so it’s no surprise that a lot people would like to keep all their apps, photos, videos, music, contacts, contacts and other personal data on their phone for as much as possible, and there are plenty of ways to do that.
But just how much of an advantage does it actually have when it comes to storing data on a phone?
According to a new report from TechCrunch, iPhone storage is far more important than ever, and it’s not just a matter of the size of the device.
According to a recent study from research firm IDC, iPhone users hold about 10 times as much data on the phone than they did five years ago, and that number only grew more and more with each passing year.
According the report, iPhone usage has more than doubled since the end of 2016.
But that growth wasn’t simply due to increased usage for devices that were more powerful or new, but more likely due to a number of new features that came out during the year.
Those new features included a slew of new phone features like Face ID, a facial recognition system that automatically identifies your face based on your face recognition software, as well as a new Face Unlock function that allows you to unlock your phone with just your voice.
In the report’s “What’s the most important feature of your iPhone?”, researchers analyzed the features and features of the iPhone from the year 2017, looking at usage trends and what features and improvements were most common across different phones.
They found that iPhones were the most common type of device to hold all of the data that users were using on it, with the majority of users holding about 50 percent of their data.
Of course, the report didn’t include all of Apple’s data-heavy features like iCloud, so that information isn’t included in the results, but we do know that Apple had some pretty big data-hungry features that were coming to the iPhone in 2017, like the iCloud Photo Library, Face ID and iCloud Drive.
But overall, the number of people holding all of their personal data was more than double than five years earlier, and this year, it’s actually more than triple.
The report also found that users who are in their 30s, 40s, 50s, or 60s hold about 5 percent of all the data they hold on the device, which is also pretty much the same number that people were holding five years back.
The researchers also noted that the percentage of people that are in that age group held about a third more of their iPhone data than five year ago.
Accordingly, when it came to keeping your data on iPhones for as many years as possible and how much data you need, it all comes down to one thing: storage.
The report notes that the iPhone storage requirements for users with 4G LTE phones are still not high enough to hold the data of all of that data for longer than a few days.
And the researchers also found a huge increase in iPhone storage usage from 2017, when iPhone storage was at just under 1TB, to the end 2016 when iPhone users were holding over 4TB.
If you need a little extra space on your phone for your apps, music or photos, there’s also the possibility of using iCloud Drive or other cloud services to keep that data, which also offers more storage space for the data on it.
If all that data doesn’t fit in your iPhone’s storage, you can always use a third-party storage solution like Box, which offers a variety of storage options for iPhone owners.
But you’ll likely need to spend a bit more to get the data you want, so the data is going to be a bit of a luxury when it gets there.