There must be people that spend hours of their day looking for glitches in numerous versions of Apple’s iOS releases. One recurring and popular glitch that people like to use is, the creation of nested folders (a folder within another folder). These nested folders allow you remove groups of icons, and place in one giant folder if you’d like.
For people that find their home screen to be cluttered, or just like the option of placing a folder inside of another, this glitch is for you. We have shown you how to get nested folders on iOS 9, but now let’s take a look at how you do it for iOS 9.3.
How to create nested folders in iOS 9.3
Apple must know by now that people will do anything to make their iPhones a little more customizable and unique. Either by jailbreaking or finding a glitch within the system, people out there really like doing random things to their iOS devices. This newest glitch allows iPhone owners to force any create nested folders by continuously tapping on an open folder once in toggle mode. Of course, words will not adequately describe the procedure, so, if you would like to place a folder inside of another folder, or create a nested folder, take a look at our quick video.
If you’ve installed iOS 9.3 on your iPhone or iPad then let us know how it goes in the comment section.
Apple has seeded four beta versions of iOS 9.3 so far, the latest one dropped earlier this week. Apple may release it on the day of the rumored event on March 15th, where it is expected to unveil the 4-inch iPhone 5se, iPad Air 3 and new Apple Watch bands.