I find organizing many apps at once on the iPhone home screen to be just a tiny bit cumbersome. If you have more than 3 screens worth of apps, shuffling them around back and forth is not just a tedious task, but also one that takes some time. Previously, you could solve that problem with the help of iTunes, where you could connect your phone to the machine, and organize the apps in a virtual screen with it.
Curiosity got the best of me about a year ago when Pokemon Go came out, so I had to dig up ways to inspect traffic from iOS on a Mac. Since then, time has passed and today I decided to do it again, but couldn’t find a decent guide on how to do that (clearly I was missing some steps), so once I figured out what goes where, I thought I would do a write-up for posterity, and so that I can re-use it later.