File Explorer App

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File Explorer App
Developer Steve Stroughton Smith first spotted a new app placeholder in the iTunes App Store with the name ‘Files’. The app was listed under Apple, and required iOS 11 and onwards. Does this mean Apple is finally opening up its file system for transferring files through the data cable?

What could be the features of the app?

2/3What could be the features of the app?
What could be the features of the app?
The move is likely a response to users demanding deeper control of their devices. PC and Android users already have the liberty to manage files on their storage which so far was not available on iOS devices. Apple had also launched iCloud Drive, a cloud-based storage system which partially solved the problem but there was nothing for locally stored files.

It is likely that since the app has been listed in the App Store, Apple will give users the option of downloading it and removing if it is not required. The ability to delete default apps was introduced last year in iOS 10.

WWDC is going to be big this year

3/3WWDC is going to be big this year
WWDC is going to be big this year
With just a few hours to go for WWDC, the anticipation is sky-high this year over rumours that Apple is going to launch new MacBooks and a Siri-enabled home speaker, among other things this year. We will get a glimpse of iOS 11 and possibly new iPads too. This year’s WWDC is going to be game-changing, according to experts.

Tune in at 10:30 PM tonight to watch the opening keynote.