Welcome visitors Apple has recently organised World Wide Developers Conference and announced a draft of new features including a smarter, much-improved Siri which will work with apps like Uber or WhatsApp and also on Macs, redesigned Watch and tvOS software and the much-awaited iOS 10 for iPhones that included a revamped Apple Music, Maps and iMessages. The things that the Authority members skipped or can’t unveil is that now you can Delete Default App in iOS devices.This was noticed by the beta testers and they told that now it became possible for us to delete the unwanted Stock Apps that came preloaded with the iPhone.
There are almost 20 Apps that are already installed in the iPhone when we buy them and most of them are of no use to us ,this includes neglected apps like Tips, Stocks and Compass, or Watch and Health if you don’t own an Apple Watch and then useful apps such as Phone and Mail.
Until Now we have no options rather then keeping those Apps in a folder named”Apps that i don’t want in my Phone” or something similar.But now we are free to Delete the App that we don’t want in our loving iPhone.
How To Delete Default App on iPhone
Here we will provide you complete guide how you can use the new feature by Apple to delete unwanted or Stock Apps from your iOS device.
- Switch on Your iOS device
- Now Tap on the application that you want to delete until a “X” appears on the left corner of each app.Until now this feature was disabled in the Stock Applications.
- Now a popup menu will appear confirming you whether you are sure to delete the App or Not
- Select Delete App option and the app will be deleted from your iPhone
The Picture below is an indicative example How to Delete Default App from iOS device
Hope this article will be helpful to those people who are always worried about the storage capacity of their iOS device and we will also able to empty some space in our device.The pre-installed apps are always a problem for all people and this new feature to delete Stock Apps will be a great news to the people who are using iOS devices.