When grouping apps together in folders, your iPhone or iPad tries to name those folders for you based on what's in them. But what if you don't want to tag a folder? How to delete it completely.
The sound is simply, just this with a single space? No. When you leave the name of a folder blank or just insert a space, iOS converts the name of the folder back to what used to be. Over the years, various solutions have come and gone, but fortunately there are one or two.
The simple option: Move your folders to the dock
Products placed in the dock at the bottom of the iPhone or iPad do not have names. Moving a folder to the quay continues that behavior ̵
The slightly more complicated options: Use Unicode and Braille
While you release your folder in the quay, by far the simplest option we get It doesn't mean that everyone wants to put folders in the quay. If you are looking for a way to have a blank folder on the Home screen, there is a solution for that – using the Unicode character for a Braille space as the folder name. IOS does not recognize the braille space as a real space – it only sees it as a normal character – so it does not replace the empty space with the folder name.
To get started, copy the following characters on your iPhone or iPad by long pressing in between the brackets and then selecting "Copy": [⠀]. From here jump back to the home screen and long press the folder until the icons begin to angle.
Tap folder to open it and press "X" to delete the name.
Double-click the name bar, then press "Paste" to insert the blank characters. Press "Done" to save the new blank name.
Ready and done! From that moment on, you can easily copy the blank character from the existing folder name and paste it into other folder names. Before you know it, you have many nameless folders all over the home screen. What could be better?