Overloaded phone memory can puzzle today's users with the question, "How do I uninstall an application from my iPhone? Interesting and, at first glance, necessary applications and programs are now unspeakably numerous. Any active user wants to improve and optimize the performance of his device, to subjugate it completely to himself. Some people get special applications that help them learn English or German languages, install games and programs that affect the performance of the phone. Over time, phones get overwhelmed. There are three simple ways to get rid of unnecessary apps on your iPhone.
How to remove an app from your iPhone
The first would be the easiest and fastest way - removal from the home screen.
- Select the application you want to uninstall.
- Click the desired icon.
- Wait for the cross on it in the upper left corner.
- Read the warning that appeared before deletion.
- Click "Delete".
Unnecessary application will be deleted. The desktop of your iPhone probably needs to be cleaned from time to time. The above method is completely non-consuming.
Each user gets used to a certain algorithm for working with his iPhone.
You do a lot of things automatically, without thinking about how to make it easier. It's a matter of habit.
The second way to remove applications from the iPhone is through the "Settings" menu.
- Go to the Settings app.
- Next, go to the "Basic" section.
- Clicking on "iPhone Store" you will see a list of apps that are already installed on your phone.
- If the one you want is not on the list, click "Show All Programs".
- Select the desired application and click "Uninstall" in the new window.
If you have tasted all the benefits of using iTunes, you can uninstall the application through this program. To do this, you need to:
- Use a cable to connect your iPhone to your computer.
- Find and open iTunes on your computer.
- In the panel on the side, select your iPhone or call the panel yourself by pressing CTRL+s.
- On the Device Management screen, select Programs.
- Find the desired application in the list. Hover the cursor over it.
- Click on the cross that appears in the corner.
- Press the "Apply" and "Done" buttons to complete the deletion.
Apps in the iPhone delete themselves
Users who upgraded to iOS 11 began to observe mystical things. Their smartphones took on a life of their own, as if a spirit had entered them. It could be called the Scary and Terrible App Remover.
The trick is that the iPhone automatically deletes applications that have not been accessed by the user for a long time. Of course, many people didn't like this kind of arbitrary behavior.
Users whose iPhones run on a previous version of the operating system receive a notification before uninstalling. Agree, in this IOS 10 was not as brazen as its successor.
The function is necessary, you can't argue with that. The system itself recognizes and warns when there is very little storage space left. But the implementation should be more thoughtful and aimed at the user's convenience. Applications deleted in this way do not disappear without a trace, they are transferred to Offload Unused Apps, the application responsible for this function. To restore it, you only need to click on its icon on the main screen. The dreaded and terrible App Remover can be disarmed without garlic and a wooden stake, but simply deactivated in "Settings".
To establish extra control over app deletion (if a child sometimes looks into the phone), you must enable restrictions in Settings, specifying a security password.
Programs for recovering deleted iPhone files
If you accidentally deleted the wrong application, don't be too upset. There are several standard methods and help applications that will bring your application back to life.
You can restore the application from cloud storage.
- Go to the Apple Store.
- At the bottom of the panel, look for "Updates".
- Click on the Apple ID in the upper right corner.
- Go to the "Shopping" section.
- Click on the clutch and "All". A list of applications will open.
- Find the one you accidentally deleted and click on the "Cloud" icon on the right.
You can use the previous method if you have an available Internet connection. Otherwise, do it via iTunes.
- Open iTunes on your computer.
- Connect your iPhone to your computer via cable.
- Select your device in iTunes.
- Go to Purchasing.
- Find the application you need and install it.
- Transfer to your iPhone by tapping "Synchronize.
There are also third-party programs to help you restore apps. You can find them in the Apple Store. There are both paid and free ones that do their job well and fake ones. They work as follows:
- Collect and analyze all the information on the device
- Find files/applications/software that can recover.
- Restore them to specific folders.
It is thought that backing up can solve all problems with lost files, accidentally deleted programs, but this is not entirely true. First, you need to make sure that iCloud has enough space for the backup at all times. Second, once the backup is restored, any data downloaded after it was created will be lost.
- When buying a new iPhone, it is better to overpay a little money, but to get an iPhone with more memory, because then you can not install additional memory. We recommend taking an iPhone of 128Gb or more.
- Do not install many programs and applications on your iPhone at once. Their simultaneous operation will overload the processor and slow down its work. The performance will be significantly reduced, lags may appear: unauthorized reboots, freezes. This is an important condition, because if it is not met, then your iPhone will simply have to be born again: with all the factory applications and settings. The previous life will be erased, and the difficult path of formation will have to go from "infancy".
- Every user should manage the storage of their iPhone smartly and download only the apps and programs they really need. Your smart companion will be grateful. You'll be rewarded with the smooth operation of all its systems.
- Be careful and cautious: do not uninstall firmware from your iPhone! This can lead to severe consequences in the form of phone malfunctions, connection failures with Apple Watch.