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According to Tim Cook, Apple is considering to allow users to remove previously installed applications from the iPhone. These are the programs that most users were thrust into folders minutes after the release of their new iPhone and never open – compass exchanges podcast, tips, notes and more.

In an interview with BuzzFeed News, Cook admitted that the company’s users want this option, but also noted not to hopes of erasing basic applications like Messeges, Safari or Mail. “This is a more complex question than it seems at first sight,” he said. “There are some applications that are related to something else in the iPhone. If they are removed, it can cause problems elsewhere in the phone. There are other applications that are not. So over time I think we’ll figure way to allow the removal of those who you don’t like”.

Of course, Tim Cook did not give details when we can expect the option to uninstall the embedded applications. It can hope that it will come with some of the on iOS 9 releases. In iOS 8 Apple added Health, Podcasts and Tips as embedded applications. iOS 9 comes with Find My iPhone, Find My Friends and News as the new applications that can not be uninstalled.

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