No, not without any type of jailbreak.
Apple doesn't allow any changes to the default grid view of their iOS/iPadOS devices.
If you have a jailbroken device, you can use tweak like HomeList. This adds watchOS-type scrolling to the home page.
iExplorer, which runs on macOS and Windows, can open iPhone backups. You need to know the password if the backup has been encrypted.
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FWIW, this just happened to me. Had auto updates turned off, kinda freaked me out. Turned out, in my case, I had enabled “offload unused apps” to free up space - got a feeling this might be why all my apps needed re-downloading. Not sure if “re-downloading” == “upgrade”.
There is - as far as I know - no option to do exactly what you want to achieve.
How the iPhone camera app makes a time-lapse and what it means for you:
I will quote from an apple community thread since this explanation is very good I think:
The iPhone's time lapse camera will condense to about 20-40 seconds regardless of how long you record your time-...
You must actively encrypt sensitive data. This is the only way you can reliably manage the risk involved.
Every iOS application's data is stored within a container. In theory only your application and the operating system can access the contents of this container.
You can opt for the operating system to handle the encryption for your app:
This can't be done on any current, base version of iOS.
As you've found, you can either block or allow a user to send you a Message but that's about it.
Even Screen Time, which was enhanced in iOS 13, doesn't allow this type of granularity for Messages. You can try to find a 3rd-party messaging app in the App Store but not aware of any that do what you're ...