I mentioned last week that nested folders, as we understood them, were lifeless thanks to iOS 7.1, but today it appears a workaround actually does exist.
The new method permits you to once more position a folder within a folder, thereby developing a convenient filing system for your different application categories.
Here’s how it works:
First you require two apps (ideally 2 that you intend to embed a folder anyhow), and a folder that you intend to put into one more folder.
Now begin to produce a folder by putting one application over the top of the various other. When the folder appears– and before the display zooms into the folder itself– snatch and highlight the initial folder.
After the display zooms into the brand-new folder you’ll still be holding the initial folder with your finger. Launch it.
Ta-da! A nested folder!
This technique is actually a bit quicker compared to the aged one, though it needs a little bit much more preparation. If you’re still a bit unstable on how it works, examine out this video from YouTube user Videosdebarraquito that reveals it off flawlessly.
It appears we nested folder enthusiasts have survived yet an additional iOS update, so remain your fingers crossed that the ability to put folders within folders ends up being a formal feature just before these exploits are crushed entirely.