I have an iPhone 4S with nearly 400 apps on it. Until recently, those apps were arranged in 11 neat pages of icons and folders. Then this happened: 1. I updated to IOS 6. All seemed well. 2. Tired of opening folders for some apps, I decided to make a few full pages dedicated to apps I use most. So I made one full page of my favorite Photo apps, another full page Shopping apps, etc. 3. In so doing, I reached the 11 page limit, and found that a whole bunch of apps weren't showing up on the screen, only on Search. 4. So I started grouping stuff into folders again so that my apps only filled 7 pages. But all that did was give me 7 pages of apps and 4 BLANK pages! The missing apps are still missing and did NOT come in to fill the empty pages that I created. 5. Tried Settings -> General -> Reset and reset the home screen layout, following some advice I got on other forums. All that did was put all of the Apple default icons on my first page, unbundle all of my apps so that there are NO folders anymore, and put all the apps in alphabetical order from A through G onto the 11 pages that are available. All apps from H to Z are not showing up -- except if I search for them. 6. So again I try to group stuff into folders to make space. I free up several pages of space, but that's all they are -- just several BLANK pages of space! My remaining apps are NOT filling into that blank space that I've created. They're still MIA. How the heck do I get all my apps back on the screen?! This is frustrating. Any help you can give me would really be appreciated.