iPhone users have been forced to live with non-removable iPhone apps for years. In 2015, Tim Cook argued that some pre-installed apps on the iPhone and iPad were interconnected, and removing them could cause problems elsewhere in iOS. He noted that this may change in the future, and that changed in iOS 14 last year.
As of September 2020, you can uninstall and then reinstall the included apps from the App Store. However, Apple's list of original software was different from that of other developers, with Cupertino disabling store ratings and reviews in its apps from a first-person perspective.
Apple is now quietly reviewing and rating its internal apps by lobbying with lawsuits, regulators and lawmakers over anti-competitive behavior in the App Store. 9to5Mac first noticed the change on Wednesday, saying the feedback is piling up — many negatives.
One from The best Apple app is Find My.
In fact, Apple's podcast app mostly has a negative rating with an average of two stars. Many negative comments complain about the redesigned UI of iOS 15. The original translation software has a slightly better average (2.2) and most complain about poor copy/paste performance.
Not all Apple apps have a negative rating. Find My is only embarrassed by its four-star average (3.9) and sleep tracking (3.8). Of course, some programs are under review, so grades are still in the grading stage. Positive or negative, letting users rate Apple apps should put them in a position to play with other developers with competing software.
It should be noted that the original app rating and review system is only available on iOS 15. TechSpot has confirmed that the update from 14 to 15 will enable this feature if you don't see it in the App Store slowly
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Users can now rate and review Apple's first person apps in the App Store