I have an iPhone 4S and I've recently just updated it to iOS 7.
A few days ago I was having a clear out on my iPhone and noticed that Messages is hogging 2.9GB of memory. When I tap "Messages" it says "Messages (Saved)" and I can't delete it. I can delete messages and conversations from within the app though.
But I can't understand why this is taking up 2.9GB! I never had this problem with iOS 6.
Any suggestions? Or has anyone else noticed this?
Thanks in advance.
Added (1). Also, to be clear, I don't think I've ever deleted an SMS or iMessage from my iPhone 4S since I first got in (back in August 2012) - could this be why? I've had a lot of media (images and videos) sent to and from my iMessage conversations over the year - maybe media has built up? Although I thought only the last 10 bits of media was temporarily saved on your device… Then deletes itself after a while?