Nowadays practically all systems have it. In Android, for example, we can copy and paste a file wherever we want, without any problem and in a very easy and fast way.
However, despite the clear superiority of iOS in terms of system functions, we still do not have anything that resembles this feature ... At least not until now.
Drag and drop on our iPad
According to some leaks, in iOS 11 we could find a "split screen" option with some additions. One of them would be the ability to move files between apps. For example, if we wanted to pass an image of our reel to any folder, we could do it.
Unfortunately, this function seems that we will only see it on iPad devices, since until now they are the only ones with the option of Split View. However, it is a function that we could see in the future for the largest devices of the Cupertino, such as the iPhone 7 Plus, the iPhone 6s and even the iPhone 6 Plus.
Goodbye laptops, hello iPad
Apple has long wanted to replace laptops with its higher range of tablets like the iPad Pro. However, not having this option in a device that is supposed to be a professional is a sample of how raw is still the system.
As from here we have a lot of faith in Apple, we are sure that it will make iOS a much more professional system in the future. Maybe iOS 11 is the first step to that destination.
Very soon we will be able to see the presentation of iOS 11, and we can not avoid being anxious about all the news that is about to fall.