How to Rename Folders Using 3D Touch in iOS 10 on iPhone 6s/6s Plus

With the use of 3D Touch in iOS 10 on your iPhone 6s or 6s Plus, you cannot just check out unread notifications of specific apps but also rename as well. Read on to know more.

If 3D Touch was impressive in iOS 9, it has become really fantastic in iOS 10. If you still don’t give much rating to this cool technology, you will need to get your hands on it to believe. I bet, you will enjoy using it on your iPhone 6s/6s Plus running iOS 10.

Using 3D Touch, you can clear all notifications at once in Notification Center, get the best out of Control Center and more. Besides, there is also an option to let you rename folders, and see the apps inside the folder with missed notifications.

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How to Rename Folders Using 3D Touch in iOS 10

“Now, you no longer have to open the folder and then check out the unread notifications of particular apps. Just 3D Touch the folder and find out the alerts of specific apps in the shortcut menu. Indeed, a lot of things have become a bit easy with the introduction of iOS 10, haven’t they?”

How to Rename Folders in iOS 10 Using 3D Touch on iPhone 6s and 6s Plus

Step #1. First of all, you need to press gently on the folder.

Apply 3D Touch on-Folders in iOS 10 on iPhone 6s

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Step #2. Now, you will see the number of unread notifications of specific apps. If you want to rename the folder, simply tap on Rename in the shortcut menu.

Tap on Rename on Folder in iOS 10 on iPhone 6s

Step #3. In the text field type the new name of the folder.

Rename Folder on iPhone using 3D Touch

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Step #4. Once you have typed the name, tap on Done from the bottom right corner to confirm.

Tap on Done Once You Rename the Folder on iPhone

That’s done! (You will need to press the Home button once to stop the jiggle mode.)

Currently, iOS 10 is available in developer beta. The public beta is due in July. If you have a developer account, you can easily install iOS 10 beta on your iPhone. Fortunately, there is also a smart way to install iOS 10 beta on your iPhone even without developer beta.

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Dhvanesh Adhiya
Dhvanesh Adhiya is the founder and editor-in-chief who takes care of audio, visual, and textual contents uploaded on He is passionate about wonderful apps that change the way your iPhone interacts in your life.
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