Good news for Apple lovers, the compnay is going to launch a new file application for iOS 11. This week a new placeholder listing has gone live on the App Store named ‘Files’ application ahead of WWDC keynote address. A 9to5Mac
report suggests that the company might bring an expanded file system in upcoming iOS 11
. There is no official confirmation yet, the leaked details in App Store hints that the app likely to come pre-installed in iOS 11. The app narration simply reads "File app for iOS" which require iOS 11+ and the developer listed as Apple lnc. The listing first discovered by developer Steven Throughton-Smith on Twitter, who also gave info that the app will only support 64-bit devices. This indicates that Apple is taking back its steps from 32bit devices this year with iOS 11 since there are a lack of 32-bit apps in App Store
search results. https://twitter.com/stroughtonsmith/status/871602652320280576 With the Files app users will be able to delete apps on iOS 11 which is currently not possible. We all are familiar with File System - this is used to store and manage the personal documents, but not access everything stored within iOS. The enhanced file management system has been a ordinary request for iOS users, especially with the iPad. File management approach of Apple, has faltered over the years. As well as, company has argued that there is no need a file system over iOS. It has, since had a scattered change of opinion, bringing things like iCloud Drive to iOS, but still not offering users full control over their files.
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