iPhone 7 and 7 Plus have been published recently and many iPhone fans have already got one in hand. People's passion for iPhone not only due to its communication functions, but also the high quality pictures it takes. Indeed, iPhone is much more convenient than the traditional camera. It is portable and allows users to share the photos at any time. However, sometimes you cannot take photos on iPhone 7 in the following circumstances:
1. Open the camera, but the screen is black.
2. An error message shows up saying "cannot take photo-There is not enough available storage to take a photo. You can manage your storage in Settings."
In the first case, there may something wrong with your camera, you need to go to the Apple Store to get professional repair. The second case arises usually because your storage space is not enough, you can clean up space on iPhone 7 to get the camera back to work. Most people used to cleaning iPhone space by deleting photos or apps. Here we recommend you - iCareFone, free space clearing software to save storage by removing cache and redundant files from your iPhone.
Here are two effective ways of managing storage space on (red) iPhone 7/7 Plus， iPhone SE， iPhone 6s/6/5s/5 to fix "cannot take photo" issue. You can clean the data or apps in settings or free up space with iCareFone.
When the error message appears to warn you all of the storage on your iPhone is not available, you can select "Settings" on the message, and then go to General, choose Storage and iCloud Usage. Then you can see a list showing the amount of storage in your iPhone. If the available storage is down to a few megabytes, tap Manage Storage to see a list of apps and the storage used. You can select an app you don't need and select "Delete app". This will free up enough space to save your photos.
If you don't want to delete your apps or other valuable data in your iPhone, you can resort to iCareFone. Following are the steps of cleaning and managing iPhone storage to free up space for photos.
Step 1: Download and install iCareFone. Connect your iPhone to computer via a USB cable and launch the software.
Step 2: Click "Speedup &Clean" on the main interface and then press "Quick Scan" to scan your device.
Step 3: After scanning, you can see the cache files sort into Junk File, Temporary File, Photos, Large Files and Apps. Click "Clean" button next to the junk files you want to clear.
Now you can take photos to capture the memorable moments with your families and friends. In the end, we highly advice you to transfer your precious photos to computer from time to time, that will keep your iPhone storage always available. Hope the methods will help!comments powered by Disqus