How to Delete Apps on an iPhone


It’s possible to delete apps on an iPhone, though it may not always be as easy as you think. Fortunately, there are several ways to do so and we use them in Mr Fix Cell Phone & Computer Repair. In addition to the obvious – deleting an app – there are a number of methods that should have you deleting apps faster than you can say “Screen Time!”

The iPhone has a very handy feature: it can hide unwanted applications from view. If you’re having trouble figuring out how to delete an app, try launching the Spotlight feature. This can help you easily locate the app you’re looking for without having to navigate through a crowded App Store.

In order to delete apps on an iPhone, you need to have a certain level of authority. This can be a function of your mobile device management restrictions, your organizational policies, or your own preferences. You can also prevent yourself from downloading applications by setting the appropriate privacy filters.

One of the best ways to delete apps is to restart your iPhone. Doing so will free up storage space and allow you to reinstall apps later. When you have enough free space, you can then delete the app you want, although you’ll likely still want to monitor its storage in case you need to reinstall it in the future.

Another way to get rid of an app is to force quit it. You can do this by holding down the Home button and the wake/sleep button at the same time for at least a few seconds. Alternatively, you can simply power down your iPhone and let it reboot on its own.

Finally, there are some apps you can’t actually delete, such as Settings, Mail, and Calendar. These include core system applications, and are required to make your iPhone function properly. Other apps, like Messages, don’t require you to unlock your iPhone in order to delete them. Some of these apps are even locked so you can’t uninstall them, as per our experience in Mr Fix Cell Phone & Computer Repair.

There’s more than one way to delete an app, but the best solution is to turn on the Deleting Apps icon in the iPhone’s Settings menu. To do this, open the Settings app, then tap on General. Once the menu is open, scroll down to iPhone Storage.

Although it isn’t a true “delete” option, the iOS 11 app Offload an App has the power to keep your data intact while you delete the app. Using this feature is a bit trickier than you might imagine, however, so be sure to follow the directions carefully.

If the above tips don’t help you figure out how to delete apps on an iPhone, you might want to look into a solution that involves updating the software. Besides fixing the software itself, it will fix some of the bugs that are causing the problem. A major reason why your iPhone is not able to delete apps is because it lacks the necessary storage. By clearing out your junk and keeping your smartphone fresh and clean, you’ll be able to better enjoy your iPhone’s features.