Those iOS apps you don’t use — you know, the ones you’ve tucked away in a folder on your third or fourth home screen — may soon be completely out of the way, according to some iTunes metadata. First spotted by AppAdvice, Apple seems to have added some keys for ‘isFirstParty’ and ‘isFirstPartyHideableApp’ with boolean values of true or false. The non nerdspeak version: some ‘first party’ apps like Stocks may soon become hidden at your discretion. It doesn’t mean you can delete them. We currently see this in reverse with iCloud Drive, which lets you choose to add a…

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