Leak Suggests Apple Working on iOS File Storage App
This new app could give more options for managing files.

Apple (AAPL) is reportedly preparing to improve how iPhone users store files on their devices. The revelation was made ahead of the tech giant's WWDC event in San Jose, CA which kicks off Monday at 1p.m. eastern time.

On Sunday, developer Steve Stroughton Smith tweeted an image of an iOS 11 "Files" app placeholder.

Details about the said to be forthcoming app are scarce, but it is likely a response to user demand for greater control of the files on their devices, TechCrunch noted. Apple does have the iCloud Drive, but this new app could give more options for managing files and on device storage that could be comparable to what Android (GOOGL) already offers.

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