How do you delete built-in i Phone and i Pad apps like Stocks, Tips, and more? During the live episode of John Gruber's, The Talk Show at WWDC 2016, senior vice president of software engineering, Craig Federighi, explained how "deleting" Apple's built-in i Phone and i Pad apps works in i OS 10.
Just like an App Store app, you begin the process by holding your finger down on the app you want to "delete".
In order to stop deleted apps from updating, syncing to your i Phone, and constantly coming back, there are a few things that you need to do: The first thing you need to do to stop a deleted app from syncing is to delete the offending app.
There will be a full-fledged "native" third-party apps on Apple Watch later this year, allowing deeper access to functions, while working away from your i Phone, too.
At the moment, most third-party apps feel simplified and not nearly as complex as your average i Phone app.
The final last step you may need to take in order to stop deleted apps from syncing and updating on your i Phone is one the i Phone itself.
On your i Phone’s main screen, tap on the Settings - Automatic Downloads and make sure the slider on the right side of Apps is turned off.
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