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Wednesday, January 26, 2011


tips and trick, iphone
If you’re running iOS 4 on your iPhone, you now have the ability to create folders to group similar apps, which is a great way to cram more apps onto the Home screen. To create a folder, simply touch and hold your finger on an app icon until it begins to jiggle, and then drag it over a similar app you want to put in the same folder. Now, the two apps will appear on the home screen as two smaller icons in a box. To access one of the apps, just tap the folder, and then tap the icon on the menu that drops down. Simply tap and hold another app and drag it to the folder to add it. Repeat this to add as many as 12 apps to a single folder. Your iPhone supports up to 180 folders.

If you use folders to group similar apps, the iPhone will automatically assign a name for the folder, for instance, a folder that contains Twitter, Facebook, and MySpace apps will be called Social. If you don’t group similar apps or just want to rename the folder as you see fit, tap and hold an app icon on the Home screen until the icons jiggle, tap the folder you want to rename, tap the folder name, type a new name using the onscreen keyboard, and then press the Home button to save the new name.

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