You can organize applications on the home screen, place them in folders, and move them to other pages or screens. You can also change the order of the pages. How to create folders on iPhone?
Creating folders on your iPhone is a great way to reduce clutter on your home screen. The method of creating folders is not immediately obvious, but once you learn it, it’s very simple.
How to make an application folder on iPhone?
Carefully follow the instructions and review the illustrations given below before you start making folders as you don’t want to lose any application accidentally.
Step 1: To start with, you will require at least 2 applications that you want to move to a folder. Now, to learn two applications could be any, photos, maps, iTunes etc
Step 2: Click on and hold the individual applications until the applications start vibrating or spinning on the screen as shown in the figure below.
Step 3: Now slowly drag any of the selected applications to the other. Keep your finger on the application until you see both applications connecting with each other, then just your finger and it will create a folder.
This process may be slightly different depending on the iPhone version you are currently using. In iOS 7 or later, the folder and its recommended name take up the entire screen. In iOS 4 to 6 versions, you can see two applications and the folder name, in a small slip diagonally on the screen
Step 4: If you want to rename the folder now or maybe at a later stage, you can easily do it with one click on the name and entering a new name from the on-screen keyboard
Step 5: In addition, you can keep adding more applications in the same folder by holding the application until it vibrates and then dragging it to the folder. Repeat this process for each application you want to add.
Step 6: When you finish adding all applications in the folder and named as required finally all you need to do is press the Home button on the front of the iPhone and the changes will be saved.
Move the application to another page
Initially, one application page is available. To create a new page, drag the application to the right edge of the screen. It may take a while for the new page to appear. To delete the page, move all applications to another start screen. If there are no applications on the page, it will be deleted.
If you have more than one page, the bright dot in the dot row above the Dock indicates the page you’re currently viewing. You can move the application to another page and create new pages:
- If there are other dots to the left or right of the light dot, you can drag the app to the right side of the screen to move it to the next page in that direction. You can also swipe left to see the apps on this page.
- If there are no other dots to the right of the light dot, dragging the application to the right side of the screen creates a new page.