Remember the time when you forgot where you were, pulled out our iPhone, tapped on the Compass app to find out where south was? No, neither do we.
In their WWDC keynote this week, Apple failed to mention that the iOS 10 update will allow you to remove pre-installed apps on your iPhone and iPad.
That means no more useless apps like Compass, Stocks, Tips and Reminders. And if you fancy, you can even remove Maps, Mail and FaceTime.
Pre-installed apps may only take around 150MB, but getting rid of them will free up more space for the important stuff like music, video and chasing true love.