Moving Icons In IOS 12

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  1. Atomic77

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    Yep that is true you can’t leave a space on a iPhone home screen.
     
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    That's why I provided the iMore and Drippler information to the OP. There is a way to do it, but it's complicated. In addition, the iEmpty site seems to be down!
     
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    Even with using invisible icons to create spaces on the home screen you're still restricted to the standard grid layout.
     
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    But you see the wallpaper if you add blanks.
     
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    If you want to see the wallpaper, you can also leave a row of apps on one homescreen, and move the others to a different screen, and/or put them into folders, without creating blank spaces.

    billwill just wanted to know how to move app icons to a different screen, not how to create blank spaces. That‘s pretty easy. The instructions provided by scifan57 and bear7962 are adequate, in this case.
     
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