After completing my first jailbreak on an old iPhone a few days ago; I will gladly admit that I have a LOT to learn about the newly found abilities and features of the device (iPhone 3gs running iOS 6.1.6, untethered jailbreak <p0sixspwn-v1.0.8> the most recent one I could find). I have experience with both Unix and Linux systems, so I'm not going into this completely blind. One of the first things I did was download a terminal so that I would have full command-line root access. I intend to use this device as a trial and experimentation platform. It will never be connected to a cellular network of any kind; therefore I have no need for the built-in Phone, messaging or mail apps and would like to remove them so they are not taking up memory that could be better put to use in experimentation. All the modifications and tweaks I have found so far remove the 'bloatware' apple forces you to have, such as Stocks, weather and newsstand etc. But, presumably everyone who jailbreaks their devices still want to use it as a phone because I cannot find any information on safely removing the phone, messaging and mail apps. Any help, information and advice would be greatly appreciated!