How to create Nested Folders on iOS 10.2 for iPhone, iPad
Each and every new firmware brings couple of opportunity due to bugs, glitch and exploits. Due to this, iOS 10.2 users get a new opportunity to create nested folders on iOS 10.2 using iPhone, iPad Mini, iPad Air or iPod Touch.
Nested folders mean you can put multiple folders to another folder. iOS 10.2 brings all these features easily. You just need to follow some simple steps. That’s it.
The trick is too simple, but it may be possible that it takes multiple attempt to make a right thing. Before following the steps to create nested folders, you need to create couple of ready made folders to go on.
Now, make sure that you’ve three lines of icons or folders on your home screen. And, then follow below steps…
- First, tap, hold and drag any folder or icon to the forth line, don’t leave that folder, just hold it.
- At the same time tap multiple time on the third folder of the first row and once it opened, drag above holded folder into it.
- Repeat this steps multiple time to create nested folders into iPhone whether it’s running on iOS 10.2.
It really works like a charm. To proof that I’m attaching a YouTube video, if you feel hard to create nested folder, you can demonstrate that video.
Before leaving the post, I would suggest you to put a comment if you feel hard to create nested folder on your iPhone. I’ll personally help you out.