iOS 15: How to Rearrange and Delete Home Screen Pages on iPhone

iOS 15: How to Rearrange and Delete Home Screen Pages on iPhone

Recall that in iOS 14, Apple allows you to disable individual Home Screen pages thanks to the App Library, which is available to keep your apps better organized. However, not everyone gets on with the App Library, and it’s not possible to rearrange the order of your ‌‌Home Screen‌‌ pages, nor can you delete a page outright rather than merely disabling it. In ‌iOS 15‌, though, you ‌can do both. Here’s how it works.

In iOS 15, Apple has further developed the feature, and now you can rearrange home screen pages on your iPhone without shifting apps or even remove them completely.

How to Rearrange Home Screen Pages on iPhone in iOS 15

Step 1: On your Home Screen, tap and hold on the dots above the dock to enter jiggle mode.

Step 2: Now, tap the dots again.

Step 3: In the Home Screen pages grid that comes up, you can drag and move around to rearrange the pages.

Remember that the Home Screen page on the top left is the first Home Screen page.

Step 4: When you’re satisfied with the new arrangement, tap on Done in the top right corner, and then tap on Done again to exit the jiggle mode.

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How to Delete Home Screen Pages on iPhone in iOS 15

Step 1: On your Home Screen, tap and hold on the dots above the dock to enter jiggle mode.

Step 2: Now, tap the dots again to enter the Home Screen grid view.

Step 3: On the next screen, tap the tick button under the page that you want to delete.

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Step 4: Next, tap the minus (-) icon in the top-left corner and then select Remove to delete it.

Step 5: Tap on Done in the top right corner and tap on Done again to exit the jiggle mode.

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Remember, when you remove a page, the apps are not deleted. They will still be accessible from the App Library and Spotlight as well. However, the page you deleted cannot be restored. You’ll have to manually drag and drop apps from the App Library to restore the lost Home Screen page.

Source: iPhonehacks

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