Apple\u2019s iOS 7.1 software isn\u2019t off to a great start. Reports are rampant that the latest Apple mobile OS drains battery life, creates a keyboard-typing lag, and causes Bluetooth pairing issues, among other problems.\n\tAnd that\u2019s if you can actually download the hefty update. If you want to do an over-the-air, wireless update, you need 2.5GB of free storage space. I had less than 1GB of free space on my iPad mini when I first tried to update, and I doubt I\u2019m the only one in this situation.\n\tIf you\u2019re tight on storage, you can install 7.1 via iTunes; that only requires about 800MB of free space. Or you could do some spring cleaning with iMobie\u2019s PhoneClean\u00a0for Mac and PC.\n\tPhoneClean is free, but you need to pay for some advanced features. (Current "limited-time" prices: $20 a year or $40 for a lifetime subscription). The app is "cleaning" software that's similar to CCleaner for Windows and CleanMyMac for Mac. You connect your iDevice, then PhoneClean scans it and makes it easy to get rid of duplicate or damaged media files, unwanted apps, texts, multimedia messages and more. Sure, you can manually clean your iPhone, but having the tools together in one place makes it much easier.\n\tPhoneClean has options for "Quick Clean," "Deep Clean," "Restore," and "Toolbox," which lets you zero in on specific kinds of files, such as photos. Unfortunately, you can\u2019t actually see the photos while "cleaning;" you only see the generic file names, which makes this feature nearly useless. As mentioned, you need to upgrade to unlock some features. For example, PhoneClean found "privacy threats" on my iPhone 5s, which it defined only as "privacy leaks." I needed to upgrade to remove them. You'll also probably notice some language gaffes throughout the app and the iMobie website.\n\tDespite these drawbacks, PhoneClean is an easy way to clean up your iDevice, and I recommend the free version.