Tuesday, March 28, 2017

The best feature in Apple’s iOS 10.3 is one you won’t even notice

Apple released iOS 10.3 last night. This update is likely the last big hurrah for iOS 10, and as expected, it came with several major enhancements. These mostly pertained to Maps, Carplay, and Siri. One major change that’s largely been overlooked has been the introduction of Apple’s new filesystem – APFS. It sounds boring, but it’s actually pretty sweet, and it’ll change how your phone works. The introduction of APFS is long overdue. iOS (and pretty much every other Apple product) uses the HFS+ filesystem, which was introduced in 1998. This is a direct descendant of the original HFS filesystem,…

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