Ok so arguably the most requested feature for iOS running on a pro line device aimed to replace a laptop is a file system... Finder iOS App Mockup People are understandably reluctant to chuck in their laptop for an iPad Pro if it doesn't even incorporate a basic file system, and they're right. It's true that iOS apps have completely different relationships with files than that of a full desktop OS, as iOS apps are sandboxed! But if Apple could develop a method in which when an app is installed, it's corresponding documents folder is housed in a central location (still sandboxed) but giving the user the flexibility of a finder app to navigate all their content stored across multiple apps in one location (Applications/Documents/*******) that would be a huge plus. And that's just one plus to an iOS finder app... There would also be other great benefits for consumers that want more power, such as a more detailed way to view photos! Ok so the photos app is great for most, but photographers and graphics designers etc (the market Apple is aiming at with the pro) might like an environment in which they can view more advanced data from their images, such as file type and other advanced info housed inside a photos meta data, and the ability edit meta data, such as to include notes etc. And that's just the start. AirDrop would become infinitely more useful and app developers could create more powerful apps! The sandboxing could be relaxed in the form of apps having to request permission to store content in the local file systems documents folder and apps could even request permission to access another apps documents folder so the sandboxing is opened up on an app to app basis with all permission data stored in a new Documents section under Privacy in the Settings app. Ok so yes, iOS would have to change the way other areas are dealt with such as how the photos app loads images on a strict numbered file name approach, as photos will likely be renamed in the Finder app etc, but this is all a step forward from an old fashioned way of doing things anyway. What are people's opinions on a Finder app in iOS, primarily with the iPad Pro in mind?