I have an iPhone 6 running iOS 11. I need to wipe it out and reinstall iOS like it's a new iPhone (not restoring from a backup).
When I've done this in the past, I've taken screenshots of all my screens so I'd know where I had each app & folder laid-out (I spent a lot of time laying-out the apps just the way I like them). After I wiped the iPhone I'd go download all the apps again and lay them out in their folders just like they were before, referencing the old screenshots. I have 4 screens of folders and apps so it's not a trivial exercise. As you can imagine, this took a lot of time.
I'm trying to find a better, faster way to capture where I have every folder, their contents (multiple pages), and every app placed throughout all my screens.
I don't want to jailbreak just to get this ability. Is anyone aware of an app that can do this? I'll even accept a way to connect the iPhone to my MBP and run a script or something on the Mac to get the screenshots. In fact, I'll even take a text representation of the screen/folder/app hierarchy, if necessary.