There are thousands of apps on the iTunes App Store that will help perform nearly any function that you can think of.
But, you probably only use a few apps on a regular basis.
And you probably have entire screen pages of apps you don’t really use… but can’t bring yourself to get rid of. These apps are just cluttering up your iPhone screens.
Now, thanks to iOS 14, you have the option to hide entire pages worth of apps in just a few quick taps of your finger.
Here’s how to hide pages of apps on your iPhone with iOS 14...
1. Hold your finger on any open spot on your iPhone’s “Home” screen. Continue to do this until all of the apps start to jiggle, the same way they would if you were uninstalling an app.
2. Tap once on the “Pages” section at the bottom of the screen. It’s an oval shape with a number of little dots inside. Each dot represents a different page of apps on your iPhone.
3. Scroll through the list and uncheck any pages you want to hide.
4. When you’re finished, tap once on the “Done” button.
That’s it! Those apps on the relevant pages are still on your iPhone, it’s just that now you’ll need to use the App Library (or the “Search” bar) in order to get to them.