Hi, It looks like you are an iOS user and you like to uninstall iPhone apps. It is too tempting and it is easy to buy new ones (or download free ones) from the App Store. As a result of this, you probably have a number of games, productivity apps, and utilities on your iPhone or iPad that you have hardly ever used and likely not to use them in future.
But if you keep them on the phone, those apps will start to crowd your iOS device (and your iTunes library), taking up space on the phone and requesting for frequent updates. That is the main reason to periodically get rid of the apps you don’t use anymore Culling your apps library can make managing your app collection easier and free up precious storage space. Here are four ways to uninstall iPhone apps.
Step 1: How do I uninstall iPhone Application?
To uninstall iPhone application some people had previously jailbroken their iPhone and used Installer or Cydia to install unofficial third-party applications will have found no clear answer when wondering how to uninstall apps purchased or installed using Apple’s new iPhone App Store.
For you to uninstall iPhone apps purchased or otherwise installed from the iPhone App Store, simply follow this steps:[et_bloom_inline optin_id=optin_1]
1) hold your finger on either the icon for the application you wish to uninstall or any other icon until the icons on your home screen begin to shake or wiggle (the same action you take to move or re-arrange home screen icons)
2) click the “x” in the upper left-hand corner of the icon for the application you wish to remove
3) delete the application from your iTunes applications tab
If you like to re-install the application at a later time, simply visit the App Store and click the app again.
Step 2: Uninstall Apps From Settings
The other way to uninstall iPhone apps on an iOS device is the Settings app. In iOS 11, Click Settings > General > iPhone Storage. List of your applications will appear at the bottom of the screen; it might take some few seconds to load. The list is very useful because it outlines the space each app actually takes. That might include just the application itself or the app plus all its attendant files and data attached.
Uninstall iPhone apps from the setting is very simple, too: Click on an application’s name, then click on Uninstall or Delete App.
Step 3: Uninstall iPhoe apps From iTunes on a Mac
This is for those of you who have not upgraded to iTunes 12.7 on your Mac. With iTunes 12.7, Apple removed the iOS App Store and iOS app management. If you upgraded to iTunes 12.7 and wish you didn’t, you can install iTunes 12.6.3. Click here
But if you didn’t upgrade to iTunes 12.7, here is what you need to know. When you uninstall an application from your iOS device, iTunes will never copy them back on the device the next time you sync it. So, the above techniques are great if you want to uninstall an application from specific devices but still retain them in your iTunes library.
On the other hand, you want to nuke them entirely, go to iTunes and choose your Apps library. Click an application to select it, then click the Delete key. Another dialogue will ask you to confirm. You can remove the apps from your iTunes library, but keep them in a folder on your Mac just in case.
It might help you to view the applications in your iTunes library in a list. Press the View menu, then select View As > List. Press the Purchase Date header to sort it by the date you purchased the applications. If you do not see a Purchase Date header, click on the View menu and select the View Options, then in the pop-up window, look in the Statistic section and check the box for the Purchase Date. You can right-click on a blank header in the iTunes list and select Purchase Date in the pop-up menu. (The Purchase Date is neither the day you download the application or the day you upgraded the application last) Look at the application with the oldest purchase dates to decide if u are still using them.
Step 4: When updating via iTunes on a Mac
There is one other way you can delete apps from the iTunes library, and it is one we use often. I have thousands of application, many that I use regularly, but most that I only tried out. It goes a long way to go through my Application library and try and remember what each app does. So, I have to wait until there are updates. Click here to download
In iTunes’ Updates section, you will see a list of new versions of an application that you can download, when an app has been updated. When I discover an app in the Update window that I don’t use anymore, I will delete it. This deletes the app itself from your iTunes library, and will also remove the update notifications. The next time you sync your iOS devices, the application you deleted from your iTunes library will be removed from the device.