I believe what I'm talking about is a Unified File system, but please correct me if I'm wrong. One thing that does seem crazy, and quite illogical is that files, and by files I mean generic files, not a file specific to just 1 and only 1 app, cannot be seen by all other apps. Best example I suppose would be Photo's, Videos, Documents. At the moment, I have the Photo app with all my photo's I install another photo app and it does not have access to my library of photo's on the device. Instead I have to copy one of more photo's from one all into another app. So choose to have two or more copies of everything, or some photo's on one app and other photo's on another app. Sure, you can load up a photo, and move them between apps, but they have different storage areas. Same with Video's We have a few different video apps, mainly because of Apples strange reasoning to make their app only play back one or a least an incredibly limited type of video file. You have to copy videos to each video app individually rather than just 1 place and all the apps can see all the files. I can't see how this is a great idea, it just confuses things and could mean you store duplicates of files. I know there are people here who will say how this is right and any other way would be foolish. But is there any chance Apple may make life easier and make one central place in the machine where all data if filed, so any apps that can read the data can see it and load it, without having to mess around copying to different areas, and perhaps duplicate copies.