iOS 4 brought with it the awesome Folders feature, helping iPhone and iPod touch users everywhere to cram even more apps onto their device, yet make them easier to find at the same time. Unfortunately, the feature also has an artificial limit of 12 apps per Folder -- that is, unless you have a jailbroken device and $1.99 to spend.
iPhone users who are obsessed with organizing their screens by app
category can now take a breather. Apple has announced that it will add
in folders, which will enables users to organize their apps into folders
on the home screens. Simply drag one app icon to another and it makes a
folder. The folder is then auto-named based on the genre of apps, and
all users have to do is tap to expand it, then tap to launch. The Apple
demo made it look very easy and very aesthetically pleasing.