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Don't like the way the icons are arranged on your iPhone? Shuffling them around on the phone itself a hassle? Not a problem. ...
Easily move iPhone app icons in iTunes on your computer and you'll have an organized iPhone homescreen in no time flat. Here's how.
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How to arrange app icons on your iPhone with iTunes
Michael Callahan: Hi, this is Mike Callahan, Dr. File Finder, and welcome to your butterscotch.com tutorial on how to arrange the applications on your iPhone from iTunes.
Now, this is relatively new feature that was introduced with iTunes 9. So we have iTunes open, if the iPhone plugged in, go down here and highlight it, now if you click on the applications tab, you can see here is a screen. See over here on the right-hand side, it shows the screens you have and what you can do is you can move programs around here in iTunes, and then when you are ready you click Apply, and those changes are made to your iPhone.
So it's sinking my iPhone, making these changes and moving those icons around. So it makes it very handy to be able to move things between multiple pages on your iPhone very, very slick.
This is how you can arrange your iPhone without to settle with your fingers but your mouse do the walking, it doesn't sound quite right, and that's all there is to it.
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