Sunday, January 3, 2016

Tip for iOS 9: Learn how to remove a default app (Video)

Apple still does not allow official iOS 9 remove applications that are standard in the system. But the unhappy with this limitation may use there's a flaw discovered in versions iOS 9.1 and 9.2  allows you to eliminate these unwanted applications.

The process is very simple, just add all the applications that you want to remove in a single folder, then select the first target to be eliminated by dragging it to the side of the folder as you can (creating new areas inside the folder) and, with the finger still on the application, tap the home button. Voila, the application should magically disappear. If you got any questions, just follow the video tutorial below.

In this trick that exploits the flaw in iOS 9.1 and 9.2 application's disappearance will be temporary and when the user wants to have the option to back just reboot the device. But you can repeat the process again.

It's worth remembering that the CEO of Apple, Tim Cook, said a few weeks ago that his company is working on a way to allow users of iOS can remove some of those applications as system default. Of course, not all apps can be removed, even if temporarily, due to be important to the functioning of the operating system.

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