Ahead of WWDC 2017, a new Files app for iOS has appeared on the AppStore spotted by Steve T-S and points that with the launch of new iOS 11 at WWDC 2017, Apple to introduce new Files app for iOS 11 compatible with iPhone and iPad which supports 64 bit apps.

Probably this will be the new feature (File Manager for iOS or iOS File Management System) that Apple is including on iOS 11. Since the release of iOS, there is no file manager for iOS yet. This time Apple has changed its
iOS 11 featuring new iOS File Management System app called Files.

As you can see
the screenshot below of upcoming Files app for iOS 11 which is to be released tomorrow
at WWDC 2017.

Ahead of WWDC 2017, a new Files app for iOS has appeared on the AppStore spotted by Steve T-S. With the launch of new iOS 11 at WWDC 2017, Apple to introduce new Files app for iOS 11.

It has no any description
yet but it is on the way to be released with iOS 11. You cannot download it now as
the download button is disabled and will be available after the launch of iOS
11.

Files app is
compatible with iPhone/iPad running iOS 11 and will be available for free to
download Files app after the official release of iOS 11 only. So Files app for iOS
is necessary for the users who always wanted to use iPhone’s file manager.