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One of the coolest iOS 11 features which known one talks about

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One of the coolest iOS 11 features which known one talks about
Apple has launched the latest version of iOS, the iOS 11. With the latest, OS Apple has tried a lot to solve many problems, along with some cool changes to address many of the user’s requests. Some of them are very helpful like they have slimmed down the volume dialog, made the Control Center customizable, and one of the biggest features is they even gave us the ability to move home screen icons in bulk.

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This feature comes handy when you are reorganizing your iPhone or even when you are shuffling the Apps as per your convenience. If you've been casually installing apps without taking the time to put them on the right page or dump them in the proper folder, now's the time to sort them all out — provided you have iOS 11 installed, of course.

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Moving Multiple Icons at Once on iOS 11

To move multiple home screen apps at once, start by long-pressing any icon. Once you're in edit mode (the icons will start to wiggle), touch and hold one of the icons you'd like to move, then drag it to an empty area.

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From there, while still holding the first icon, use another finger to tap any others you'd like to move. As you tap them, you'll see the icons fly over and move beneath your first finger. Once you've selected all of the apps you'd like to move, just drag them over to a different home screen page and let go. When you do that, all of the icons will be moved at once.

Move Multiple Folders on iOS 11

But let's say you have some folders you need to rearrange. Well, first, this two-finger gesture works just the same to pick up and move folders, which means that you can just tap any folder or folders to batch select them — even when you've already selected icons. Or, you can start with a folder, then select icons.

The same holds true when you need to move a batch of icons into a folder. So just "pick up" all of the icons you need to move, then hover over an existing folder and let go. You could even create a new folder this way if you'd like — just hover over an icon, then dump the set of icons on top, and a folder will be created.

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