If you’re the type of person who immediately updates their iPhone to the latest version of iOS every time new software drops, here’s a friendly warning: Hold off a moment and back up the files on your device before the next one.
While that’s generally good advice, you’ll want to be extra sure to secure your files before blindly pulling the trigger on iOS 10.3.
Apple will introduce a brand new file system with the release, which is expected to drop near the end of this month, according to what developers with access to the beta told Business Insider. The new setup, called the Apple File System (APFS), will replace the old standby, HFS+, which has been used for iOS and other Apple operating systems since its introduction in 1998. Read more…
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