The difficulty described above makes it more difficult to remove applications on an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus running iOS 10 or later with 3D touch. When you press hard, as you have in the past, you may be prompted to share an app rather than delete it. There are a few native programs on your phone that can't be deleted, no matter what route you take, despite the fact that there are several third-party applications available for download.
As a result, double-check to see whether the applications you want to remove from your iPhone 7 are permitted. After that, you may use one of the two techniques outlined below to delete apps from an iPhone 7/7 Plus.
Delete apps on iPhone 7/7 Plus by the slight press with "X"
If you want to uninstall apps on your iPhone after iOS 10, you must lightly touch and keep your finger on the icon without pressing hard. The app will open when a quick tap is done, but light touch and hold will create wiggling icons with the X to delete it. Tips for deleting applications from iPhone 7 can also be used.
On the iPhone 7/7 Plus, go to the home screen and scroll down until you see the applications you wish to remove.
Find an app in the Settings menu and slightly press & hold its icon until it begins to wiggle, with an "X" symbol at the top left corner.
If you click the X, a warning screen appears stating "Closing this app will also delete its data." To remove an iPhone 7 app permanently, tap Delete. If you can't remove apps by tapping the icon with no "X," check out "Settings" > "General" > then select "Restrictions" and turn it on. Enable Restrictions to allow removing applications from your iPhone 7.
Delete apps on iPhone 7/7 Plus by using Settings
You may remove applications from iOS settings on iPhone 7/7 Plus in addition to using the icon to delete apps.
Go to "Settings" and choose "General" from the drop-down menu.
Tap "iPhone Storage" and scroll down to find the app you want to remove.
You'll be taken to the app management screen if you tap the app. You may "Offload App" /ios-tips/offload-apps-in-ios-11.html and "Remove App" from here.
You can delete an app by going to Settings > Application Management. On the pop-up window that appears, choose "Delete App."