Apparently an iOS update changed some things that many users didn't think needed to be changed and inconvenienced many people. (I should probably create a macro to produce that sentence as it will be obviously useful in the future.)
The New York Times Personal Tech column had a feature that will be useful to some of you who need to rearrange the apps on your Apple mobile devices: Organizing Apps Directly in iOS.
This will be useful to some, but I'm primary blogging about this column because of the tip contained in the last paragraph:
“If you forget where you stashed an app on your phone, you can find it by asking the Siri assistant to open it for you.”
As I reflected on that observation, it occurred to me that this may be the preferred method of opening any iPhone app that is not on your home screen, particularly if you are not sitting down.