When you create a folder on an iPhone or iPad, Apple automatically names the folder. Since these names do not always fit, you probably want to change them. This allows you to rename folders on your devices.
Although you can manage your apps with Apple by moving them to different Home screens, Folders help you organize the dozens of apps on your device. Let's create a folder before we rename one.
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First, long press on an app until it starts to wobble and an "X" appears. is displayed above the icon.
Next drag the app over another app. After holding it there for a few seconds, a new folder with both apps should appear in it.
Finally, on the iPhone X and iPad Pro 2018 and above, click Done to save the changes. For older devices, press the Home button.
Renaming a folder by long-pressing the name
The easiest way to rename folders on iOS and iPadOS is in the folder itself. First, open the folder you want to rename.
Then hold down the folder name for a few seconds. You can let go as soon as the apps start to wobble and an "X" appears next to the folder name.
You can now tap the text box with the folder name and enter a new name.
To save the changes, tap the folder on the iPhone X and iPad Pro 2018 and later, and then click Done. For older devices, press the Home button.
Rename a folder with 3D Touch or Haptic Touch
You can also place folders on the iPhone X and iPad Pro 2018 and above with Apple's 3D Touch or Haptic Touch Rename functions.
First press hard or long on a folder.
After one or two seconds, a menu should pop up. Select "Rename".
. You can now enter a new folder name by tapping the text box.
Again, on the iPhone X and iPad Pro from 2018, click on "Done" to save the changes. For older devices, press the Home button.
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