Apple’s iOS, which is two years older than Android, does not come with a pre-installed File Manager App. Users have to look for their own means of accessing their files saved in…wait, the OS does not have memory card support either. Things are about to change however, according to a recent leak, a file manager app will come with the new iOS version 11 which is being launched tonight. It seems even the team at Apple was so happy about this overdue feature that it placed it in the appstore before it’s announcement. The link has already been pulled down, as you would expect, but a hawk eyed user had already taken a screenshot.
Many other things will be introduced in the World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) starting tonight at 8pm (GMT +3).
The conference is taking place from June 5th – 9th. The major focus of the event is on Apple’s software offerings but every now and them new hardware is unveiled.
Here’s an outline of what to expect
- Group FaceTime video calls
Cease of support for 32 bit apps
New OS version for Apple Watch
New OS version for Apple TV
-support for 4K streaming
A voice enabled speaker, such as Alexa from Amazon, will be released powered by Siri
Siri will be integrated with iMessage and iCloud for smarter actions closer to those of Google Assistant
iPad Pro 10.5 rumored to be launched
MacBook Pro refresh rumored too
Project Mirrorshades is Apple’s version of Google Glass, a product based on it might be launched too