Free space is often a big problem on many iPhones — especially those saddled with just 16GB of storage.
To help address the problem in the upcoming iOS 11, Apple has introduced a few new tools for managing user data, including the option to automatically delete the apps you never use.
On iOS 11 the feature is called Offload Unused Apps.
When storage is running low, the Offload feature removes little-used apps but keeps their documents and data on your device.
The deleted apps appear as greyed-out icons on the home screen and can be re-installed with a tap.
When activated, the feature works automatically in the background, but users can also choose to offload individual apps of their choosing.