How to delete a language from Apple iPhone 4 CDMA?

If you have several languages installed on your Apple iPhone 4 CDMA and you want to delete one or more of them to free up space in its internal memory of 16/32 GB we indicate how to remove languages from Apple iPhone 4 CDMA following the next tutorial. If instead you are looking to change the language of your Apple iPhone 4 CDMA click the following link: Change language Apple iPhone 4 CDMA

Estimated time: 5 minutes.

1- First step:

First we go to the settings of the Apple iPhone 4 CDMA, it is the icon of the cogwheel, it must be on the home screen.

2- Second step:

We look for the “General” section within the settings, its icon is curiously another cogwheel.

General icon iOS

3- Third step:

We go down within the General settings and look for “Language and region” and click.

Language and region iOS

4- Fourth step:

If you only have a language installed on your Apple iPhone 4 CDMA before deleting the language, you must add a new language in which the device and its menus are configured. If you have several languages included, they will be listed under the text “PREFERRED LANGUAGE ORDER”. Press “Edit”.

Languages iOS

5- Fifth step:

Find the language you want to delete and click on the delete symbol on the left, it is a red circle with a white horizontal line in the center, similar to a no-go sign.

Edit languages iOS

6- Sixth step:

To the right of the language the text “Delete” will appear in white with a red background, click on “Delete” and then click “Done” in the upper right part of the screen.

Delete language iOS

7- Seventh step:

To confirm the deletion of the language on the iPhone 4 CDMA a confirmation message will appear at the bottom of the screen, click on “Continue”. This is the first option available in the pop-up window.

Confirmation delete language iOS

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