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It turns out that BuzzFeed, taking advantage of Tim Cook’s visit to the Apple Store on Fifth Avenue in New York, gave him a short interview in which the executive revealed something interesting: Apple is looking for ways to allow us to uninstall those iOS applications that come with the factory .
I’m sure you know what applications I’m talking about: the bag, the weather, the iOS 8 tips, iBooks, Podcasts, the Kiosk, the Compass … are programs that in most cases end up hidden in a folder called ” little use “, or ” disaster drawer “. Well, it seems that Cupertino is working to get rid of them.
” It’s a more complex issue than we think ,” says Cook, but then he gives us reason to be optimistic:
Of course, now the question is: What does Apple consider to be a critical application? Surely you are talking about applications like Maps, whose platform integrates with several other applications. But maybe soon we’ll see how utilities like Tips and other non-essential applications have the option to be removed and reinstalled through the App Store.
” We want people to be happy “, ends Cook. We’ll see if he makes it with a future iOS 9 update or later.