Even though iOS 9.3 is currently available as beta firmware there are users who might want to create iOS 9.3 nested folders. Developers and public beta testers are now searching for bugs and problems in iOS 9.3 beta 4 which is the most recent firmware update offered by Apple. Creating folder within another folder and this is exactly what iPhone nested folders iOS 9.3 is – is a nice glitch popular among many users. You can use these folders to remove icons and change the look of your Home screen. iOS 9.3 Nested Folders iPhone How to Create Guide If you think that your iOS 9.3 screen is cluttered and needs organization you can place a folder inside a folder [learn how to access iPhone folders through USB]. No one knows if Apple removes the glitch or let it remain on upcoming platform update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Guide on How to Make Nested Folders on iOS 9.3 Step 1. Here is what you need to do. Install iOS 9.3 beta on your iPhone if you are a registered developer or public beta tester. Enter the toggle mode on your smartphone. Step 2. Continuously click on the open folder after entering the toggle mode.This way you will be able to make nested folders. The process might sound undetailed still nested folders are available on both iOS 9 and iOS 9.3 beta and there is no need to jailbreak your Apple gadget to make such folders on your iDevice. Would iOS 9.3 jailbreak be possible? It is unclear at the moment and there are hackers who managed to jailbreak this beta firmware but their solution might never become public.