Despite what some in the technology world would like you to believe, iOS is not completely locked, free from user customization. Take your home screen, for example. Not only can you change your app icons and move them wherever you want, you can actually choose to hide them all. If you have a wallpaper that just asks to be shown, this is the trick for you.
Technically, there are now a few ways to deduct this performance. You can use the same method that allows you to completely change the app layout on the home screen. But it takes a lot of time and leaves your home screen full of unnecessary hidden icons.
Instead, try: Move to the first page of the Home screen by clicking the Start button or on an iPhone X, X S X S Max, or ] X R sweeps up from the bottom of the display. Then enable the home screen editor by long-clicking any app on the home screen. Then move all apps at least one page over. When done, click the Home button or, on newer iPhones, swipe up from the bottom of the screen or press "Done" to cement your new layout.
You will not be able to replicate this for multiple pages. If you try, Apple will simply remove the new blank page and leave only the original blank page you did above. Still, an empty page is better than none.
If you have many apps on the home screen, it's probably a pain to move them one by one, but it does not have to be that. Instead, you can create this blank page almost instantly by moving all the app icons simultaneously. Note that you can not move folders in this way, so you still have to move folders one by one.
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