Sorry if this has been mentioned before. Has anyone noticed that many of the default apps like Apple News, Stocks, Maps, etc don't show their storage space usage (I'm talking about Documents & Data) in Settings? There's Photos & Camera, Videos, Messages, Sounds and iBooks, but every other app doesn't show how much extra space its data takes up. I suspect this is part of the huge discrepancy between how much "Used" storage i'm seeing on my iPhone and adding up all the data of my apps. So I tried "deleting" the News app in iOS 10 Beta 3. Boom, 500MB freed up. I know Apple says that their default apps together only take up ~150mb and deleting them only hides them, but a lot of them have so much hidden data storage space used up! After "reinstalling" the News app and letting it download stories my iPhone available space is back to zero KB. Also apparently in this beta it seems like iOS isn't automatically deleting app cache and clearing up space when my available storage gets to zero KB. Anyone else want to try deleting your News app and seeing how much data it takes up?