Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference event is just a few hours away, and it looks like the company has accidentally leaked one of the biggest announcement from the event. An iOS developer Steve Troughton-Smith have spotted a new ‘Files’ app offered by Apple on the App store. The App store currently has a placeholder listing for this new app that requires iOS11 or later to operate.
Since the day of its launch, iOS has a great need of a native file manager app. Android has already recognized this need and now comes with various native file manager apps provided by the different manufacturers. It looks like Apple has finally understood the need of a good file managing app and decided to build their own. To know what exactly it does and how flexible it is with the other third party apps, we’ll have to wait a little longer till the official WWDC keynote.
Ahead of iOS 11, a 'Files' app placeholder entry from Apple appears on the App Store. Requires iOS 11.0 or later 😘 pic.twitter.com/8HAQflHBuI
— Steve T-S (@stroughtonsmith) 5 June 2017
We will be covering the full WWDC keynote, stay tuned for the updates.
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