iOS 11 ‘Files’ App Goes Live on App Store ahead of WWDC keynote

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Apple is about to go for the WWDC keynote in few hours and a new file app shows up in the App Store for iPhone, iPad. It was noticed by Steven Troughton-Smith. We are not sure yet what is the App about. From the name ” Files ” we are assuming that it’s going to be like an iCloud Drive app or maybe apps like – iFiles like we have seen in the past.  Checkout: Everything we know about iOS 11 beta, Release Date, Download & Features >

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“Files App for iOS” doesn’t have any details on the app other than an icon depicting a blue folder the app only supports 64-bit architectures. iOS 11 has been rumored to drop support for 32-bit apps, and Apple has been warning users about apps that have not been updated with 64-bit support. All apps will be updated for supporting 64bit devices as iOS 11 won’t be supporting 32-bit devices.

The Files app is undoubtedly a default system app for iOS 11, but system apps that can be deleted have App Store now. Anyways, iOS 11 beta is coming today. If you want to install the iOS 11 beta on your iPhone & iPad then register your iPhone/iPad UDID to Apple Developer Program here now. We are offering UDID registration to our Apple Developer Program account for only $15. If you are interested in testing the iOS 11 beta, watchOS 4 beta & new macOS 10.13 then register your device to Apple Developer Program here >

And you will be able to install the latest beta’s on your devices. Cheers!

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  • This would be a major improvement and that can be a great app for iOS 11

    • yeah. It may replace the iCloud drive. Let’s see what’s in iOS 11. Few hours left now …