Taken from the iLounge website. iOS 5s Newsstand feature can be great for those who read a lot of publications on their devices, but the trouble is that most of those publications tend to be iPad-focused if not iPad-only, leaving most Newsstands on the iPhone and iPod touch bereft of icons, like a shelf in an empty store. And unfortunately, there is no official way to hide or turn off the icon, and since its just a glorified folder, you cant put a folder inside another folder. Or can you? With a bit of speed, its possible. To start, make sure your Newsstand icon is nearby, then press, hold, and drag an app on top of another app to create a new folder, then immediately grab the Newsstand icon and drag it into the folder. If youre fast enough, your Newsstand icon will be neatly tucked away inside a folder, freeing up valuable screen real estate. Just remember that if you want to actually use the Newsstand, youll need to drag it back out of the folder and on to the main screentrying to use it from within the folder will cause your device to restart.