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Uninstall native, unnecessary apps
Mentioned already, many businesses offer their own sideloaded apps that effectively replace the pre-installed apps on the iPhone or iPad. It would make more sense to allow IT managers — using MDM services — to remove unnecessary apps that aren't needed, particularly for enterprises that aren't yet BYOD ready.
While some apps and features might be necessary for iOS to function properly — these would obviously not be made available for removal — what good is it having a Mail or Safari app if a third party is already provided?
For those who need to make business trips in places they are unfamiliar with, the first place they will look is their maps application. For those who are traveling abroad or roaming, chances are that these data-intensive apps will churn up the data bills. It would make more sense to allow users to select and download high-resolution aerial street data over wi-fi on their home turf before they travel abroad. This cuts down on data bills, and ensures that the user isn't left stranded in a place where they don't know their way around.