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Tim Cook declares: Apple is considering allowing users to delete some of the pre-installed applications
Said Tim Cook, CEO of Apple today that the company is considering to allow users of iPhone and iPad delete some Apple applications that come pre-installed on the phone.
Tim Cook said in a statement to BuzzFeed that some applications within the smart Apple computers be linked to some of the other applications or features so the deleting it may lead to some problems. On the other hand, some applications are not bound by anything inside the device, so the company is considering a way to allow delete them.
This step is very useful for users of iPhone devices that come an area of 16 GB, which can provide more space after deleting applications that do not benefit from their presence.
EOS system in which they operate iPhone and iPad devices is not the only group that comes pre-installed applications, where Google also has worked to reduce the number of installed applications while providing the possibility to hide their applications rather than delete them completely.
Google is facing this issue because of the issue of monopoly filed against her in Russia by organizing Competition Authority, where they are accused of a monopoly on the Android system for applications such as Google Mail or Gmail maps.
It is noteworthy that Tim Cook visited the Apple Store on Fifth Avenue of New York City in the United States suddenly and he answered a lot of questions that wander in PAL users, especially relating to privacy.Viewing:-172
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