As is tradition at Apple, the iPhone and iPad newly acquired usually come loaded with a wide range of native Apple apps that let you squeeze the most of your brand new terminal or otherwise, reach resultarte a little cramped the fact run out space for your stuff and have to be yes or yes maybe just use apps.
It is the case of preinstalled apps pack iWork / iLife, which includes applications such as Pages, Keynote, iMovie, Garageband and Numbers. I 'm not going to cheat, it is a series of productivity software very useful and powerful, but the reality is that if their use is marginal not worth the nearly 3GB of space is required on your device.
To see how it distributed the space occupied on our device we have to go to Settings> General> Storage and iCloud> Manage Storage where easily see the apps that have installed and how much to take - both the app itself as the data managed in them -. Apps are sorted in a decreasing, ie listed first are most concerned.
If you decide that apps like Pages, Keynote, Numbers, Garageband and iMovie are superfluous for you and just take out their party, then delete them without fear that they will be associated with your Apple ID, come on , you can download them in the future if you so choose no charge. It is a comfort to know if we walk in an emergency situation we can quickly get hold of that extra space to introduce new apps or photos and videos.
Realize that iWorks apps are not preinstalled by default in devices 8 GB and 16 GB because it is estimated not worth the space they occupy on the total. Remember that even buy a 16GB iPhone actually effective usable space is about 12GB, so if you also would include the iWorks pack dispondríamos less than 10 GB of storage real. These apps will find them in models of 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB.
Do you use the iWorks apps? Would you rather have more space available and there were fewer native Apple apps preinstalled?