There are so many apps for iPhone on the App Store, just waiting for us to download them. The entire process does not take long, and some people really download many of them before trying them out or sorting them out. And having multiple pages of apps besides the Home Screen can be very tiring, especially if you are an organized person and like to have things in order.
We come with great news for you. iOS 14 and later versions allow you to hide the pages full of apps. And this is amazing, since it gives your phone a tidier look and feel, and it brings the App Library just a bit closer to your initial Home Screen, which makes it easier for you to get access by using only a few swipes.
Here’s how to hide the iPhone App Pages on the Home Screen
First of all, you need to Long press on a blank area of the Home Screen, or on any of the additional pages of apps. After you get into the jiggle mode, tap the app page dot icons which are placed above the Dock at the bottom of the screen. You will need to uncheck the app pages that you want to hide. Then, you need to tap the Done button that’s placed in the top-right corner of the screen to finish. Then, again, top the Done button from the top-right corner in order to exit out of jiggle mode.
However, if you want to reinstate any of the app pages that you hid by using this method, all you need to do is just follow the steps again. But when you get in the jiggle mode, make sure you check the app pages that you want to unhide.
Kim Caldwell helped bring HenriLeChatNoir from a weekly newsletter to a full-fledged news site by creating a new website and branding. She continues to assist in keeping the site responsive and well organized for the readers. As a contributor to HenriLeChatNoir, Kim mainly covers mobile news and gadgets.