i OS 11 has been rumored to be dropping support for 32-bit apps, and Apple has been warning users about apps that have not been updated with 64-bit support.
As we noted in our i OS 11 wishlist feature, file management is one area where readers have been hoping to see improvement, and this upcoming Files app could help provide that.
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Update PM: Apple appears to have pulled the Files and Activity listings from the App Store.
Introduced with i OS 9, Apple News is Apple's dedicated app for reading news sites, blogs, and other content.
The first desktop version, Mac OS X 10.0, followed in March 2001. Releases were code named after big cats from the original release up until OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.
Beginning in 2013 with OS X 10.9 Mavericks, releases have been named after landmarks in California.
The Files app is undoubtedly a default system app for i OS 11, but system apps that can be deleted have App Store entries to allow users to reinstall them.
As Troughton-Smith notes, a listing for the Activity app has also appeared in the App Store, suggesting users will be able to delete the app in i OS 11, something that is not currently possible.
With just hours to go until Apple's WWDC keynote, a new placeholder app listing for a "Files" app has appeared on the i OS App Store for i Phone and i Pad, as noticed by Steven Troughton-Smith.
Details on the app are scant, as the app description is merely "Files App for i OS" and there are no other details on the app other than an icon depicting a blue folder, although Troughton-Smith points out the app only supports 64-bit architectures.
reported that Mac Book Pro orders placed on Monday on Apple's online store had estimated deliveries of between June 6-8 in the United States, suggesting Apple was in the process of restocking ahead of WWDC, when the new Macs are expected to be announced.
The notebooks are expected to thought to be receiving internal improvements only, including an upgrade to Intel's faster Kaby Lake processors.
Will knowledge workers and their employers adapt fast enough?