Apple’s iOS update will let users delete its own apps from FaceTime to Stocks

Apple will finally let iPhone users banish the Stocks app forever.

Developers confirmed the first test version of iOS 10 allows users to finally delete Apple’s own apps.

It has come under fire for forcing users to keep the apps, with many resorting to hiding them in folders.
Now, it appears their prayers have been answered.

‘iOS 10 enables users to remove the following built-in apps from the Home screen on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch,’ said MacRumopurs, before listing Apple’s in house apps.

The apps have also appeared on Apple’s app store – so users who delete them can simply re-download them if they change their mind.

According to MacRumours, the apps you can now delete in iOS 10 are: Calendar, Compass, Contacts, FaceTime, Find My Friends, Home, iBooks, iCloud Drive, iTunes Store, Mail, Maps, Music, News, Notes, Podcasts, Reminders, Stocks, Tips, Videos, Voice Memos, Watch app, Weather.

MacRumours said the apps had already begun to appear in the App Store, allowing users to…


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