When it comes to managing installed software either on iPad / iPad 2 / iPad 3 or new iPad mini / iPad 4, the first thing that you may realize is that some unwanted application / game does not suit your needs and at the same time clutters the desk. You decided delete this app / game but don't know how to do it. Don't panic, the change can come quickly and easily. iOS gives you full control on permission to delete 3rd parties apps from Apple tablet. It is located in Restriction area of General section in Settings. To allow removal unwanted apps:
Now to delete unwanted app:
That is all. Unwanted app/s (and all its data) will be removed from iPad /iPad 2 /iPad3 / iPad mini / iPad 4. Eventually you may face the wiggling icons but with no little “x” at the top. In such scenario (providing the permission to delete is set to ON) the best solution is to turn Apple tablet OFF. After shut down device and turning it ON, these little things are bound to come back.
The above procedure involves the interaction with the physical Home button on iPad. As any mechanical things it may eventually wear out from the frequent use. But relax. Our geeks shared an advice on how to delete apps on ipad not touching this button at all. All you need is to activate virtual Home button on your iconic tablet. To do this:
Now to remove unwanted app from your iconic tablet do the following:
All of above is true for 3rd parties apps. But Apple tablet comes with native apps such as Calendar, Notes, Safari, you name it. Mind you, there is no power in your hand to delete them, (do you really want to?), but you have control on displaying many of them on the Home screen. (We would recommend hiding at least Ping icon pertaining to Apple’s social network that centred around music community buying via iTunes as Apple will reportedly drop support for this service). To hide / display native iPad apps: