In March MacDigger talked about new feature of iOS 9.3, allows you to hide unwanted apps from the Apple desktop iPhone and iPad. It’s a difficult quest for most users. In the near future, as found by developer Benjamin Mayo, Apple most off this task.
Judging by the metadata found in the new iTunes version, in the next major release of iOS will appear an easy way to hide system apps screen. The latest release contains two types of keys for API “isFirstParty” and “isFirstPartyHideableApp”. Now the values for these fields is “false”. If you set the parameter to “true”, then the icons disappear from home screen iPhone and iPad.
In iOS 9.3 to hide stock applications from the desktop not only that, users need a Mac and need to do some non-trivial action in Apple Configurator. In iOS 10, it appears that iPhone and iPad users will be a simple add-in menu in which you can remove unwanted apps.
Internal code iTunes also identified another important change in iOS 10. According to the developer, the new version Apple will be able to update a standard application of the operating system separately from the OS releases. Now to update the same Calendar, iBooks or Music companies have to release an update for the entire operating system.
The official presentation will take place 10 iOS at WWDC 2016, which will be held from 13 to 17 June. According to the insiders, the release will be focused not only on getting rid of bugs, optimization of basic components, improving the stability and acceleration performance, but also on attracting a large number of new features.
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