Fancy removing a pre-installed app? Now you can!

Ever since the start of iOS it has been a user’s dream to remove annoying, irritating and pure pointless stock applications included by default in the iOS ecosystem. That hasn’t been possible without a jailbreak – and, even via a jailbreak you could only hide applications.

But now, Apple seems to have developed a sense of listening to users feedback, by completing redesigning iOS with new look applications – one feature they never mentioned at the WWDC 2016 conference, is the ability to remove and reinstall stock iOS applications from the App Store for free. This is a great edition to the already beautiful iOS 10 new feature base since Apple can now release stock application updates, independently to a iOS update which had been required since the start of iOS.

Apple is finally listening to it’s customers – what do you think about this?


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