OS 10 lets you delete Apple apps you don’t want

The days of having a junk folder full of Apple-made apps you don’t want is finally coming to an end.

It appears that Apple made its first steps toward allowing iPhone and iPad users to delete stock apps today by making them available to download via the App Store.

The company didn’t announce the changes during its WWDC keynote, but after installing the first beta build of iOS 10, developers have discovered that apps like Maps, Contacts, Stocks, and others can now be deleted.

Here’s which apps are now on the chopping block:

Calculator
Calendar
Compass
Contacts
FaceTime
iTunes Store
Mail
Maps
Music
Notes
Podcasts
Reminders
Stocks
Tips
Videos
Voice Memos
Watch
Weather

In a new tutorial posted on its support site, Apple says that if you uninstall the Contacts app you won’t lose your contact information because it’s still stored in the Phone app. The News app will be removable in a new version of iOS 10.