We have currently found quite a few loopholes in the iOS 7 beta that enable you to include applications to Newsstand or make nested folders. People at AppAdvice have found one more bug in iOS 7 that allows you to hide the stock apps.
Here is the way it works:
You’ll need to set up your home screen properly. Make sure that the first page of your home screen in completely full. Any apps that you’d like to hide should be moved to the dock. You’ll also need to have a folder available on the first page to execute this properly.
Next, you’ll need to tap and hold on an app on the dock and immediately double press the home button. Once the multitask switcher opens, tap on the home screen preview.
Now, you’ll notice that the app used on the dock is larger and slightly tinted when compared to the others. Open the folder on your home screen, then back out of it and press the home button. The app you’ve chosen to hide will now vanish from the home screen.
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You can even now gain access to hidden apps through Spotlight and just like the other iOS 7 beta bugs, restarting your idevice will regain the hidden apps.
It generally shocks us how the people discover these bugs, but it is quite possible that Apple will resolve these bugs in near future beta versions of the iOS 7.