Microsoft to bring OneDrive support to iOS 11 Files app

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On the hardware front, the company announced a new iPad Pro, a new iMac Pro and a completely new device called the HomePod, a smart speaker to rival the likes of Amazon's Echo and the Google Home.

Apple has confirmed that its iOS 11 operating system, launched at WWDC on Monday, won't be available for the iPhone 5, iPhone 5C or iPad 4 when it rolls out later this year. The iOS 11 mobile operating system now paves way to incredible possibilities for augmented reality in games as well as apps. It will take a slew of new features to iMessage in iCloud person-to-person payments with Apple Pay, Siri enhancements and more.

The iOS 11 features a "Do Not Disturb while driving" mode that turns iPhone screens black. The iOS 11 also brings HEVC for video recording at high quality while consuming less space. Now, we are not saying that Apple has made changes to iOS 11 deliberately to bypass "screenshot alert" feature on Snapchat. This feature works automatically in the background when it's activated but it will also enable users to manually offload apps that they no longer require. It can also be used to control Apple HomeKit devices.

Combined with yesterday's items, this covers pretty much all of the stuff Apple announced last night.

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IOS 11 is now available as a beta for developers, with a public beta due out at the end of the month, and a general release expected in the Autumn.

People with devices running Apple iOS 10.3 can head to Settings, General, About, and Applications to see all of the apps and games on their phone.

While Microsoft's support for the first-party file management app in iOS may have some questioning the future of the OneDrive app for iOS, Microsoft's app does include additional features such as scanning, powered by Office Lens, and camera upload.