You Can Delete Stock Apps in iOS 10

You Can Delete Stock Apps in iOS 10

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It will be possible to delete stock apps in iOS 10, a feature users have been requesting for years.

You Can Delete Stock Apps in iOS 10

Apple has also posted default iOS apps to the App Store letting users redownload them as needed. Additionally, it allows the company to make more frequent updates to the applications.

Stock apps now listed on the App Store include Mail, Calendar, Music, Maps, Weather, Contacts, FaceTime, Videos, and more.

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You Can Delete Stock Apps in iOS 10
ggbbebe - June 15, 2016 at 8:45am
Not interesting - boring. You know what's interesting? The magic of Jailbreak!!
. - June 15, 2016 at 12:10pm
If it's so boring then don't do it. If you want jaiobreak, keep it to yourself because it can eventually be done, but that's not involved in the works of Apple so...
Kevin Barth - June 14, 2016 at 2:30pm
Ah finally. Good by Crapple maps and hello Google maps. This means a ton of space to be freed up by deleting some useless apps like Watch app, Voice memos, Podcasts, iTunes Store and other worthless shit. Finally I can free up some more space on my phone. I also wish apple would give us the ability to integrate Google Voice system wide instead of forcing down the half ass baked shit called 'SIRI'.
Kevin Barf - June 15, 2016 at 12:09pm
FÜck you and google maps! Also, just because Google now is doing better doesn't mean Siri is half baked compared to you! Let us remind you it's being upgraded to be as good and never has been shit, but to be forced? It's not like it's trying to force you to use it or like you have only that to use, so FÜck off!
clown - June 14, 2016 at 6:18am
Yea to bad you cant select what items you want in control center. To bad its worthless on the lock screen, put in airplane mode , phone gone.
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