Ever since the App Store came to be on the iPhone 3G, iOS has treated new apps the same way — the phone downloads the app and places its icon on the first available home screen. From then on, it’s the user’s job to decide whether they want to drag it to a different place or just let it be and revel in the chaos.
However, with iOS 14 in 2020, Apple did the unthinkable. The iPhones now have an App Drawer App Library!
What is the App Library?
Much like its Android counterpart — the App Drawer — the App Library will hold all of your apps and sort them in some fashion — alphabetically …