By navigating to Settings > App Store > and then selecting the Offload Unused Apps option, you may have your iPhone 14 offload unused programs.
Our post continues below with further information and screenshots on how to utilize this setting to delete iPhone apps while keeping app data.
Watch this video on how to offload unused apps on an iPhone 14 for more information.
How to Enable Automatic iPhone App Offloading
The procedures in this post were carried out using an iPhone 14 running iOS 17.
These methods work with the majority of recent iOS updates as well as a variety of other iPhone models, including the following:
- iPhone 14
- iPhone 14 Pro
- iPhone 14 Pro Max
Offloading an iPhone app removes it from the device but does not erase its data. This is done so that you may retrieve the data if you decide to reinstall the program in the future.
Step 1: To access the menu, find and select the Settings app icon.
Step 2: Scroll down and select the App Store.
Step 3: Scroll down and click the Offload Unused Apps icon on the right to enable it.
In the image below, this setting is enabled.
You won’t have to worry about your iPhone storage filling up with apps you’re not using now that you know how to offload unwanted programs on iPhone 14.
Manually offloading an app is also possible by heading to Settings > General > iPhone Storage, selecting the app, and then selecting the Offload App option.
Offloading iPhone Apps Video
Summary – Using the Unused Apps Offloading Option on the iPhone
- Go to the Settings menu.
- Navigate to the App Store.
- Turn on Offload Unused Apps.
Related: How to Delete Apps on an iPhone 13
It is simple to download new games, video streaming services, and utility apps once you begin installing new apps from the App Store on your iPhone.
Many of these apps will be beneficial, but you may not use them all.
It can be tough to remember to delete these programs on your own, but the iPhone includes a function that will do it for you.
Hopefully, our post on how to offload unused applications on iPhone 14 has given you the knowledge you need to find and enable this option, which allows the device to delete apps you haven’t used in a while.
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