One of the useful features on the Apple iPhone running the iOS 4 operating system is the ability to organize the applications on the display screen into folders. This makes finding the correct app quickly much easier than having to scroll through numerous screens cluttered with app icons. The iPhone automatically assigns a name to all new folders, but you don’t have to stick with it. Changing the name of the app folders on your iPhone is a simple task that customizes your phone
Switch on the Apple iPhone.
Press and hold any app icon or app folder on the display screen until the icons start to wiggle.
Tap the folder with the name that you want to change. The folder opens, displaying the name of the folder in a dialog box above the contents of the folder.
Tap the dialog box until the blue cursor appears in the box and the phone keyboard displays at the bottom of the screen.
Delete the current folder name by highlighting the text or backspacing with the cursor.
Type your preferred folder name into the dialog box. Click the “Done” button on the keyboard display.
Click the top half of the display screen to exit the folder.