When running your Home screens on your iPhone or iPad, you’ve apparently noticed that it will give the particular name as default to your folder. To overcome this here is good Trick explain within an example.
When you make a folder on your iPhone or iPad, iOS gives the folder a default name as “new folder” or something else based on the type of apps in the folder. For that, It may possible that you don’t want to give a name to a folder.
For example, In my home screen, there will be many shortcuts if it is and you don’t want to remove them but you are not frequently using them then without giving a label to a folder you can store it in a folder.
Let’s take an example that took more idea for you guys to understand it in a better way. So, for that if you don’t have an app of “Food & Drink” then simply install from a store. We’re going to use the “OpenTable” app as an example.
Now, create a folder using the “OpenTable” app. To do this, tap and hold on the “OpenTable” icon until around “x” button displays on the upper-left corner of the app icon. Keep holding your finger down lightly on the app icon and drag the “Food & Drink” app icon over another app icon. In my example, I’m dragging the “OpenTable” icon over the “Game Center” icon.
Keep holding your fingertips to down lightly on the app icon and drag the “Food & Drink” app icon over the another app icon. In my example, I’m dragging the “OpenTable” icon over the “Game Center” icon.
Make sure to drag the app icon from the “Food & Drink” category over the other app icon, and not the other way around. Do it as explained if you are trying to in a different way then maybe it will not work Properly.
A folder will be made with no name. Tap on the Home screen anywhere outside of the new folder to close it. Now you can drag more app icons into the folder. You can remove your Food & Drink app from the folder if you want, or uninstall it completely.
However, if you’re going to create more folders with no names, it might be useful to keep the “Food & Drink” app installed
This trick can be used on devices running iOS 6 and later.