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Organize your iPhone apps in seconds with this hidden iPhone trick

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Whether you're running an iPhone 13, iPhone 12, or any other of the best iPhones, knowing how to organize iPhone apps will guarantee a better day-to-day experience. 

With the abundance of apps available on iPhones, it's easy to quickly become overwhelmed by endless icons on your Home Screen. However, iOS features a quick and easy way to organize iPhone apps, letting you move multiple apps around the Home Screen simultaneously.

This trick was introduced in iOS 14, so will work on any iPhone that has at least that version of Apple's smartphone OS. Want to know how to organize your iPhone apps? Check out our quick guide.

How to organize iPhone apps

1. Tap and hold on an app on your Home Screen and move your digit slightly until all your app icons start "wiggling." 

iOS Home Screen with app highlighted

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2. Keeping your digit held down, use another digit to select other apps that you want to move, and they'll all be grouped together.

iOS Home Screen with multiple apps highlighted

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3. With your digit still held down, use another digit to swipe to a place on the Home Screen you want to move your apps to. Then, release your digit and they'll all be moved. Tap "Done" to complete the process.

iOS Home Screen with Done highlighted

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And that's it. This is a pretty simple trick but it could save you a lot of time.

Now you know how to organize iPhone apps, you may be interested to know about another trick that boosts your AirPods volume instantly. Also check out some of our other guides, including how to get full-screen Caller ID on iOS 15 and how to transfer data from iPhone to iPhone.

Dale Fox
Dale Fox

Dale Fox is a freelance journalist based in the UK. He's been a tech nerd ever since childhood, when he used the money from his first job as a paperboy to buy a subscription to GamesMaster magazine. Dale was previously a presenter and editor in China, where he also worked as a copywriter for OnePlus at its Shenzhen HQ.