Every app on your iPhone or iPad has a version number that helps you distinguish whether it’s up to date or not, but have you ever maybe wanted to spoof that number?
When you pull down the iPhone Home Screen or Lock Screen, you get to Search, also called Spotlight Search. Type an app’s first letters, and it will show up in the results, letting you open that app immediately.
However, if a particular app isn’t appearing in Search, that’s because you or someone with access to your iPhone excluded that app from search results. Here’s how to reverse that.
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