Sorting through files and folders may not be your idea of fun -- but as Apple, those files are coming along for the ride.
The new Files app -- arriving--- looks like pretty much what you'd expect, based on a quick presentation at . Nested folders and files, with little thumbnail previews of your images and documents.
There's a grid view, a list view, a Recents page and the options to search and favorite and tag. The best part could be that Apple's trying to make it a one-stop shop for all your files by listing those from iCloud and third-party online storage systems like Box, DropBox, OneDrive, Google Drive and Adobe's Creative Cloud as well.
Update, June 6: Apple confirms that the Files app will appear on iPhone as well.
See the WWDC live blog here.
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