New in iOS 10: Ability to delete stock apps

We all have a 'crappy folder' in which we put inside it all useless stock apps that most of us don't use like iBooks, Voice memos, Compass apps and etc... The good thing in Apple's new operating system iOS 10, it allows you to delete stock apps. Apple didn’t mention anything about this during the keynote, but after installing the initial iOS 10 beta, we can confirm that many stock apps are deletable in Wiggle mode.

Deletable apps include: Calendar, Weather, Maps, Videos, Notes, Reminders, Stocks, iTunes Store, Home, FaceTime and others that currently come pre-installed on iOS devices, and are not eligible to be deleted or even hidden. We’re guessing important apps like Phone and Messages are still mandatory.

This is a big deal for a few reasons. For one, it will allow users to clear up extra space on their devices if their storage becomes full. And two, those who don’t like the stock apps can now delete them and use third-party options. The inability to remove stock apps has long been a pain point for iOS users.

Don't worry, you will be able to download them anytime you want via the App Store app.
The inability to remove stock apps has long been a pain point for iOS users.

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