If you're used to 3D Touch or Haptic Touch, deleting and rearranging apps and folders on your iPhone in iOS 13 is slightly different.
Before 3D Touch existed, you only pressed for one second Click on an icon on the Home screen to bring up the editing options. When 3D Touch arrived, it changed into a light tap and hold for a second, as a long press with little effort triggered quick action on an app or folder.
Haptic Touch, as Seen on iPhone X R returned the long-pressed button to display the editing options for the splash screen, as there was no shortcut for quick action. In iOS 1
3, however, there are quick actions for the X R so things have changed. For 3D touch devices, this is even a bit different.
We found four ways to delete apps in iOS 13 from your Home screen. All are listed below. However, if you disable 3D Touch or Haptic Touch on your iPhone, you only need to press and hold one icon to see the options for editing the Home screen. However, be aware that if you remove an app, regardless of which method you use to enter edit mode, you will delete the app and its data from your device, unless the app stores data in iCloud. If you need the data later, you should outsource the app instead.
Method 1: Press
On iOS 12 and lower, with 3D Touch turned on, gently tap and hold on an app or folder, and we'll notice that the process takes about a second lasts. In iOS 13, you can either press and hold an icon for a long time, but we've seen that it takes about 2.5 seconds, a lot longer than before.
The Icons on the Home Screen When you jiggle the screen, you can tap the "X" in an app and then the Delete pop-up to remove it. You can drag and drop apps and folders to reorder them. The mass movement gesture still works in iOS 13 as well.