Apple remains true to its traditions and during the iOS 10 launch did not disclose all details about the future version of its mobile operating system . Recently we told you in iPadizate 5 secret iOS 10 tricks that Apple did not tell in his presentation, to which we must add one more that uses the 3D Touch.
If you have an iPhone 6s, 6s Plus or a future iPhone 7, which will presumably also have 3D Touch, you should know that you can get a bit more out of this technology. Because with iOS 10 you have the possibility to easily rename folders thanks to the 3D Touch , as we tell you below.
Currently, if you tap on a folder on an iPhone 6s or 6s Plus with iOS 9, all you get is apps shaking to remove or move icons. However, in iOS 10 there is a way to take advantage of the 3D Touch to rename folders on the Home screen .
In addition, we also show you a little trick so you can quickly see notifications that you have of applications that are inside a folder in iOS 10. And that is that to be able to rename a folder in iOS 10 with the 3D Touch is required to have unread notifications , as you can see in the image.
Once you have chosen the folder you want to rename, all you have to do is click on it and you will see a small menu of actions displayed. This menu displays a summary of the pending notifications that the apps in the folder have, as well as a final action to rename the folder.
Just like that! Once you click on the rename option you will see how to access the folder and you can change the name of it.