This article explains how to make app folders on all iPhone models running any iOS version and how to rename, edit, and delete folders. How you create folders isn't immediately obvious, but once you learn the trick, it's simple. Here's what you need to know about how to create a folder on your iPhone. To create a folder, you'll need at least two apps to put into the folder. Decide which two you want to use. That's because the 3D Touch screen on those models responds differently to different presses on the screen. If you have one of those phones, don't press too hard or you'll trigger a menu or shortcut.
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Subscriber Account active since. Free subscriber-exclusive audiobook! 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.
Create folders with iTunes instead
It's important to keep your files organized so you can quickly find that PDF receipt or a bunch of videos you downloaded to watch later. Creating a folder on an iPhone can be a tricky task even for seasoned Apple fans. That's where our free Documents app comes in to help. It works as a central hub for all your files allowing you to manage everything in one place. Documents is one of the most intuitive file managers out there so you can create a new folder in a snap. Now, you can simply drag and drop the desired documents to the folder you just created. Or you can just drag one file over another to get them into a new folder.