If you still want to find apps easily but find that you have too many images on your home screen, folders can help. To create a folder, drag an icon over another icon—it can be a shortcut to an application or a shortcut to another object, such as a link or web page. The folder will be created, and you can drag shortcuts into it if needed. To rename a folder, click to open it and click its name.
For example, you can create a folder for social media apps, or a folder for the apps you need at work, or a folder for the ones you use the most. Click and hold, then drag any type of image to remove it from the folder or remove it from the home screen – you can click, hold, and drag the entire folder to the Remove button to remove it from the screen to install programs or shortcuts inside it.
When it comes to widgets, remember that many of them can be resized: You may want to make smaller widgets to free up some room, or even make them bigger to make your home screen easier. To see if a widget can be resized, click and hold it—if you can change its height and width on the screen, you’ll see handles appear on the sides.
Go to Settings and select it Wallpaper and style that’s it Grid program, and you can set the position of the images apart on your home screen, which will help with deletion. You can also long press on the home screen, select it Customize itand turn it off Add app icons to the home screen change change. This way, when you install new apps, they won’t just get a shortcut on the home screen.
Open the Settings app on iOS, and select it Home Screen choose where to install new apps: Select App Library Only to add them to the last home screen, or Add to Home Screen to create another shortcut on the default home screen. The former is the way to go to keep your home screen as uncluttered as possible (you can add app shortcuts manually, if you want).
If there is an app shortcut on the home screen that you want to remove, tap and hold it, then drag it a little to bring it up smaller. – (remove) the check mark next to it. Click on this to remove the shortcut without uninstalling the app. Any web shortcuts you may have created in Safari can be removed in the same way.