Apple's native apps already ship with its mobile platform, so the company didn't bother to make them available on iTunes. Now, those stock apps are up for download in the App Store. MacRumors has spotted familiar iOS stock applications in the store, including Mail, Stocks, Notes, Maps, Calendar, Contacts and even iTunes. It's still unclear if Cupertino is giving you a way to delete them, but if that happens, then they're on the App Store so you can re-download them later -- you know, in case you change your mind. It's also possible that the tech titan made iOS apps downloadable to allow people to update them outside the platform. Unfortunately, Apple didn't confirm anything at WWDC. We'll let you know as soon as the iPhone-maker makes an announcement, but you can see some screencaps after the break and check out iTunes' Apple section.