This is a problem in Economics, the allocation of finite resources. It was only a matter of time until some user hit this limit. Some have complained that Apple should provide an unlimited number of pages but that is akin to saying that they should provide an unlimited amount of storage. Apple have made one allocation, we must make another. We must decide which applications are so valuable that we are prepared to allocate some part of a finite resource to them.
Originally Posted by sandman369
Perhaps eleven pages is nature's way of telling one that one has more apps than one ever uses or even can remember to use when one needs them. One might never find a rarely used app in more than eleven pages.
I suggest that one might purge about a page's worth of free apps that one seldom uses. Then, if one needs one of them, simply download it again.
After there is space on a page to put a "hidden" app, I suspect that it will just show up in that space. One need only delete one rarely used app to test this theory. Otherwise, one might try placing it with iTunes.
But no one pays any attention to me; I am an Apple apologist and AT&T antagonist.