Due to Phil Schiller's snarky comment about poor sad PC users with five year old computers, and using the iPad Pro to replace these PCs, there have been more than a few threads concerning how the iPad Pro is not ready for prime time. Fair enough. But the solution, surprising to me, most recommended here at MacRumors and other Mac-centric sites, revolves around giving iOS a traditional file system. Here's Steve Jobs, back during the 1997 WWDC and his vision prior to coming back to Apple. The portion concerning files and backup starts at 13 minutes, 7 seconds and ends at 18 minutes, 33 seconds. Obviously, Apple is not where they want to be with ubiquitous and cheap connectivity yet. But with regard to file systems, all indications seem to indicate Apple is still marching toward a "it just works" user experience and will not give iOS a traditional file system.