Today, I’m going to show you how to hide any app in iOS 7. Unfortunately, Apple doesn’t allow us to delete any of the useless stock apps in iOS, but thanks to this awesome glitch, we can hide all of them. Check out the video tutorial above.
iPod News & Rumors
The wait is finally over. Apple has released iOS 7 to the public and it’s now available to download via iTunes or through the Settings app on your device. If you haven’t used iOS 7 yet, you’re definitely in for a treat. I’ve put together a video overview for those of you that may not be familiar with what iOS 7 has to offer. Check out the video above to get a better understanding of the new features in iOS 7.
If you’re in need of some fresh ringtones and alerts for your iOS device, today is your lucky day. On Sept. 10, 2013, Apple released the Golden Master version of iOS 7 to developers and loaded it with a bunch of new wallpapers, ringtones, and alerts. Unfortunately, iOS 7 won’t be released to the public until Sept. 18, 2013, but if you’d like to check out all of the new tones, I’ve got a little treat for you.
Time for another giveaway! Want to win a Google Chromecast? That’s right, these bad boys are sold out everywhere, but I’m giving one away to one lucky person. Ready to enter? Check out all of the details!
This sweet little glitch allows you to hide any iOS apps if you’re running iOS 7 beta 3. Once hidden, the only way to access the apps is through Spotlight, but you can make all of them reappear by rebooting your device.
In my opinion, nested folders in iOS makes a lot of sense, but apparently Apple doesn’t think the same way. Tucked away within iOS 7 beta is a newly discovered glitch that allows you to nest folders (folders within folders) that are fully functional and will help you organize apps a lot better.