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I can see that you are a moderator, so I am sure you are aware of this. Please understand that I wasn't being sarcastic or passive-aggressive. Maybe this helps: I had this problem recently with an i Phone 5s and the Dropbox app. If all of the options above doesn't work, try the good old method of force restart Hold down BOTH the Power button and the Home button until the device restarts.
Have you found that when the state of the button/update toggle's is it preventing your i OS UI from transitioning into the application move/delete state? I, too, was responding from a simplistic perspective while still being slightly baffled if this was an issue. I tapped on Dropbox to pause it, then I hooked the i Phone up to i Tunes, interrupted the automatic sync, downloaded all available updates and triggered a manual sync. Remember to back up your important data before trying the force restart.
The basic idea is still the same: Press and hold on an app until it enters "jiggly mode," then tap the X to delete it.
With the update to i OS 11, there've been some user interface changes to app icons on your Home screen.
In order to stop deleted apps from updating, syncing to your i Phone, and constantly coming back, there are a few things that you need to do: The first thing you need to do to stop a deleted app from syncing is to delete the offending app.
Press your finger on the app, wait until it is shaking, and then tap on the white “x” on the upper left hand corner of the icon.
Therefore, when you just press and hold on an app for one second, you might trigger the widget.
Pressing and holding on an app for one second will also allow you to move an app around on the Home screen without deleting it.“If you previously used i Tunes to sync apps or ringtones on your i OS device, use the new App Store or Sounds Settings on i OS to redownload them without your Mac,” Apple tells users in the update prompt.