Why can’t we delete icons for native apps from iPhone’s home screen? With any app from the App Store, you can tap it and hold and then hit the X to delete it, but not with the default iPhone apps.
There are apps in the App Store that might make some of your default iPhone apps unnecessary. These are just some examples:
- Maybe you prefer the Weather Channel app over iPhone’s overly-simplistic Weather app
- MagicPad might make the Notes app unnecessary for you
- The Todo app could make your Calendar app obsolete
- Personally, I don’t need the Contacts icon because I access my contacts through my phone
I simply don’t need some of the default iPhone apps so they just sit there taking up space on my screen. Why are the native apps undeletable? It’s MY iPhone, I should be able to customize it the way I want to.
Does this bother you as much as it bothers me?