WWDC 2017: Apple leaks details of file manager app iOS 11

by admin June 5, 2017 at 5:44 pm

Hours before the WWDC 2017 kickoff, a file manager app for iOS 11 briefly appeared in Apple’s App Store.

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The app, called Files, was spotted by developer Steve Troughton-Smith before it was taken down.

Files for iOS

There’s not an awful lot of information, but the app is undeniably an official Apple app.

A file manager for iOS has been a much-requested feature, especially among pro users, so let’s hope that this isn’t a fake out or just a rebranding of the iCloud app or something similar.

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