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    How to Hide Stock and Non-Stock Apps on iPhone and iPad(No JailBreak needed)

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    These days, an smartphone is a very personal device for everyone. But it might be some sort of problem if you’ve got kids, cousins,
    nephews, friends and relatives peeping into your iPhone. 
    And in some cases,
    this can be a little uncomfortable if you’ve got apps that are personal or apps
    with personal data. So here’s a
    idea to rid of these problems. This might helps you…..

    How to Hide Stock Apps on iPhone or
    iPad [iOS 8 and iOS 9] ?
    Follow thes steps:
    1.Go to Settings → Tap on General.
    2. Now, tap on Restrictions. Tap on Enable
    Restrictions.You’ll have to enter the passcode for restrictions (this is
    different from your iPhone passcode, depending on how you set it up.)
    How to Hide Stock and Non-Stock Apps on iPhone and iPad(No JailBreak needed)
    3. Under
    ALLOW, toggle off the apps you don’t want to display on the iPhone.
    How to Hide Stock and Non-Stock Apps on iPhone and iPad(No JailBreak needed)
    That’s it.
    This was about hiding stock apps on your iDevice.
    How to Hide
    Non-Stock Apps on iPhone or iPad [iOS 8 and iOS 9]
    Downloaded
    apps can be hidden based on their age-restrictions or completely. Here’s the
    simple step that does it:
    1. Follow step 1. and 2 as above.
    2. Scroll down to Allowed Content and tap
    on Apps.
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    How to Hide Stock and Non-Stock Apps on iPhone and iPad(No JailBreak needed)
    3.Now, you can either choose which type of apps to
    hide (tap on the particular age group) or just tap Don’t Allow Apps to hide all
    the apps.

    How to Hide Stock and Non-Stock Apps on iPhone and iPad(No JailBreak needed)
    Now go back
    to your home screen, and you should find all the downloaded apps hidden.
    When you
    hide apps, they’re just hidden from the iPhone, not deleted. All the stock apps
    are still on your iPhone.
    When you hide all downloaded apps and then
    unhide them again, the springboard icons will reset their positions. I hope you find this helpful.
    Let us know what you think in the comment below…
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