It only took 9 years, but Apple has finally allowed iPhone and iPad users to remove some built-in apps from their Home screens. Users running iOS 10 or later can delete apps they do not use, such as iBooks, News and more. Here's a list of stock Apple apps you can remove from your iPhone or iPad when running the iOS 10 beta or later.
The first, full public version of iOS 10 and watchOS 3 will be released on September 13, 2016. Both operating systems have been in beta testing since mid-June after being introduced at WWDC on June 13. The seventh iOS 10 beta is is the last available public beta before the final release.
iOS 10 includes a variety of message improvements, a new Siri-SDK for third-party developers, the ability to removed stock apps and more. It is supported by the sixth-generation iPod touch, iPhone 5 and later, iPad mini 2 - 4, iPad 4, iPad Air 1 - 2 and iPad Pro (9.7- and 12.9-inch).
As usual several reports from the supply chain and analyst sources are looking towards Apple's next generation of iPhones. First in line is new information about a metal iPhone 6c to be released early next year. The launch of this 4-inch iPhone upgrade marks a departure from Apple's annual refresh cycle. Speaking of which, the 5.5-inch iPhone 7 is expected to drop in September 2016 with a bevy of enhancements and an even thinner design. The concept above from Mesut G. Designs is loosely based on recent reports, featuring a 3D Touch home button embedded under the display itself.