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Photo Compressor: How to Compress Photos on iPhone

"I am very upset that my iPhone storage is always running out and I have to remove some of my favorite Apps. My friend told me it was because I kept taking pictures and my iPhone had been piled up with them. But I still want to keep my photos, what should I do?"

-Anne

I am sure most of you are worried about this as well. Phone space is limited while we need to download other data. It seems the only way we can do is to delete one App for placing another one. However, iPhone Data Eraser offers you another efficient way.

iPhone Data Eraser enables you to compress your photos and save more space in iPhone. Therefore you can have more room to place other data such as Apps. The process is quite easy to understand. You can finish it with just a few steps.

How to Compress Photos on iPhone

Step 1. Connect to PC

First, launch iPhone Data Eraser and connect your iPhone to the computer. Click "Photo Compressor" on the left column and "Start Scan" on the right.

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Note: Before the compression, your original photos will be automatically backed up to the computer. Generally, they will be saved in the default file. If you want to change the backup path, click the setting icon at the right corner, and modify the photo backup path.

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Step 2. Compress Your Photos

After the scanning, your photos will be displayed and checked. If you do not want to compress a photo, uncheck it. When you have finished checking what you want, click "Start". Besides, space saved after the compression will be shown on the above.

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When the compression is done, space you’ve saved and the storage your current photos occupied will be shown on the window.

iPhone Photo Compressor

It is really annoying to concern about limited storage and you can’t freely download what you like. But it is really sweet to have iPhone Data Eraser beside you and you are possible to leave more space by compressing your photos. Does it help? If there is something that you don’t understand, please let us know. And feel free to sharing this article through Google+ or Facebook.

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Bunyan Lisa
Managing Editor
Posted - Oct 20, 2014
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