How do you put bookshelf or newsstand in a folder?

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    I've been following these steps from YouTube for over an hour

    Just to move that silly newsstand app in a folder to save some room. I just can't get it to work!
    Now I'm wondering if I'm part of some kind of apple reality show.
    Does this work?
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    I've never been able to park those squirrelly apps anywhere. Good luck.
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    I just move them onto the last screen that I don't use by themselves and I forget they're there.
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    iOS has been updated a couple of times since that trick was posted. It may no longer be possible. It was never a good idea anyway. It takes advantage of a bug, a bug that when squashed could easily leave you with no option but to restore your iPad.
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    Based on the way it behaves, it seems that the Newsstand is really a kind of folder. Since you can't put folders in folders, it makes sense (given that it's a folder) that you can't put it in a folder. Now, whether it makes sense generally-speaking, I'm not so sure. :)

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