How to Remove App Pages from Home Screen and Sort Everything in App Library on iOS 14
Apple just released iOS 14 a few hours ago and the wait was really excruciating. The platform brings a number of additions to the table. One of the major and forward-facing addition is removing entire app pages from the Home screen. If you're not familiar with the technique, here's how to remove App Pages from the iOS 14 Home screen.
Reduce Clutter on Home Screen, Here's How to Remove App Pages on iOS 14
This will clear the clutter and only show more relevant apps. Don't worry, no app will be deleted, and instead, everything will be sorted in the new App Library. This will give your iPhone a cleaner look and feel. All apps will be neatly stacked in the App Library so you can just access it from there Now, let's get down to remove app pages from iOS 14's Home screen.
1. The first thing that you have to do is long-press anywhere on the Home screen and enter the jiggly mode.
2. Now, tap on the Page Indicator icon on the bottom.
3. On the Edit Page interface, Uncheck the App pages that you want to remove in order to reduce clutter.
4. Tap in Done and you're good to go.
That's all there is to remove App Pages on iOS 14's Home screen. Once you're done with the process, the pages that you remove will not appear on the Home screen. Do not be alarmed, your apps have not been deleted but simply moved to the App Library. To access App Library, simply swipe from right to left on the final page. You will see all of your apps are sorted out in various categories.
You can always bring back the removed app pages as well. Simply follow the same process again and check the pages which you want to appear on the Home screen and tap on Done. You can check out our iOS 14 launch post for more details on the platform.
That's all there is to it. The process to remove app pages is fairly simple and gives your Home screen a more profound and neat look. Do try it out for yourself and let us know how you liked it.