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Discussion in 'iOS 6' started by Robbietaylor, Jun 18, 2012.
Or is it like newsstand?
It can go in a folder.
No, your imagining things.
*waves hand* This is not the thread you're looking for.
That's not what he was asking, but anyway.
Is that your bird? Good Picture.
Good. Always wondered why they don't allow newsstand to do the same,
Actually, that is exactly what he was asking.
Not my bird. Spotted on volleyball net on Huntington Beach last weekend.
No, I was genuinely surprised that this was really a question. I knew it could be in a folder.
Cause Newsstand is a folder.
Talking about OP.
It was able to be put into a folder using the bug that allowed it prior to 5.1. That trick didn't work with other app folders, yes?
Yes, that trick did work for other folders too. Newsstand is a folder, not an app.
Also if it was for OP, then why did you quote me?
Newstand is a folder. It just doesn't look like the standard iOS folders. If you think about it, all those magazines in Newstand are "apps" you can download them individually and they essentially come from the same app store as regular apps (just sectioned off from normal apps). Newstand is their own folder for them to go into. That is why Newstand cannot go into a folder, because it itself is a folder.
Mind am blown
IIRC, doesn't it show up as an app in the multitasking UI? Or is that only on the iPad?
The magazines show up as apps on my iPhone 4.
Yes, but clicking on the Newsstand icon/folder in the multitasking tray closes the multitasking and opens the Newsstand rack/folder.
Clicking an actual magazine in the multitasking tray opens the magazine.