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You can create and name new folders for apps on your iPhone in a few seconds.
Creating folders on your iPhone can help you keep your apps organized by criteria of your choice.
You can also easily delete an app folder when you no longer need it.
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If you’re like most people, chances are your iPhone is full of dozens of apps, many of which you use daily and others that only come in handy on rare occasions (but that you’re not willing to delete).

An abundance of downloaded apps can mean scrolling through multiple screens to find the one you want, and if you’re someone who prefers a bit more organization, this can be a nightmare.

Thankfully, you can easily organize your iPhone apps into folders. Creating folders is a simple process that can be completed in just a few seconds. You can also name your folders to make keeping your apps in order that much easier.

Here’s what you need to know.

How to create a new folder on your iPhone

1. To create a folder, press and hold the icon of the first app you would like to move into a folder until all of your application icons begin to shake and a small X appears in the upper left-hand side of each.

2. Press down on the app icon again and drag it across your screen to another app you would like to place in the same folder. Hovering one app icon over another will create a folder; stop holding down the application icon to drop both applications into your new folder.

3. Note that the folder will be automatically titled by iPhone based on the applications contained within in it. For instance, placing two banking apps within a folder will result in the folder being titled “Finance.”

How to change the name of your iPhone folder

You can change the name of your iPhone folders in much the same way you created them.

1. To begin, press and hold one of the app icons from inside the folder you want to change the name of until the apps within it begin to shake and a small X appears in the upper left-hand side of each.

2. When this happens, the title box of the folder will become editable. Tap within …read more

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