People walk nuts with its iOS 14 home screens. A look at social media shows how creative people can be with their home screen widgets and custom app icons. That said, you may not be looking for a crazy installation. You may be someone who wants a simple, clean home screen. Friend, this trick is for you.
With iOS 14’s new app library, all apps on your iPhone are already grouped. This means that all the apps you add to the home screen are in a way redundant. Enter a radical idea – what if we took the apps of home screen, or at least everything but the most important, enough to have only one home page in total? It̵7;s possible and it’s easy.
Step 1: Set up your individual home screen page
Start by editing a page on your home screen so that it only includes the apps and widgets you want to see every time you unlock your iPhone. You can even delete all apps and widgets to have a clean home screen.
Step 2: Hide your home screen pages
When you are happy with your new layout, long press on the home screen and then tap the dots at the bottom. Here you see the “Edit pages” screen, which allows you to show or hide different pages on your home screen. Tap the check box below each page you want to hide, basically all but the page you just edited. Press “Done” and voila! Your home screen is one page long.
Now, wherever you want to access apps that are not on your single home screen, just swipe left, and the App Library will help you find what you’re looking for.
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