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Jan 7, 2021

How to delete iOS simulators from the command line with simctl

If you want to free some disk space by removing obsolete simulators after a fresh Xcode update, or to delete a specific device, you can use a xcrun subcommand named simctl delete:

simctl delete <device> [... <device n>] | unavailable | all

For example, specifying unavailable will delete all simulator devices that are not supported by the current Xcode SDK:

xcrun simctl delete unavailable
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