It is safe to say a lot of iOS users consider Game Center one of the more useless stock apps on their Apple devices. Even if you are an avid mobile gamer, Game Center can drive you bonkers with its constant banners popping up and interrupting your games. A lot of iOS users have long searched for a way to delete Game Center or disable its "Welcome Back" banner. This is why it was so disappointing when Apple did not include Game Center on its list of removable stock apps in iOS 10.
Apple introduced macOS Sierra, watchOS 3, a new tvOS 2 and iOS 10 on Monday, June 13 during its WWDC keynote at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, California. Each new operating system includes at least one popular user requested feature, such as Single Sign-In for the Apple TV 4. The most anticipated feature not announced by Apple at the event is the ability to remove pre-installed Apple apps from iOS devices. Users have been clamoring for this ability since the launch of the original iPhone back in 2007.
Apple introduced iOS 10 on Monday, June 13 during its WWDC keynote at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, California. Older devices such as the iPhone 4s, original iPad, iPad 2, iPad 3 and original iPad mini do not support iOS 10. The iPad 2/3 and iPad mini can only be updated to iOS 9.3.3. Here's a list of all the devices that support iOS 10 or later:
- iPad mini 2 - 4
- iPad 4
- iPad Air 1 - 2
- iPad Pro (9.7- and 12.9-inch)