Apple fans around the world are still buzzing about all of the announcements the company made during its big WWDC 2015 keynote on Monday. There were a number of exciting new products and services unveiled, of course, but iOS 9 was easily one of the highlights of the event. Apple’s next-generation mobile software adds tons of new features, some of which were covered on stage, and some of which Apple didn’t even have time for during the presentation.
Among the items Apple didn’t get to during its WWDC 2015 keynote is a new app that you won’t find on your iPhone or iPad even if you decide to install the iOS 9 beta. But don’t worry — we’ll tell you exactly how to enable Apple’s new hidden iOS 9 app.
Apple’s iCloud has had a bit of a rocky road since its debut, with sync issues and stability issues that have aggravated users since the service first launched. In fact, some issues continue to aggravate users even now — iCloud services have suffered downtime as recently as last week.
But in iOS 9, iCloud finally gets an app of its own… albeit a hidden one.
For the first time, Apple has introduced a dedicated iCloud Drive app in iOS 9 that will allow users to access and manage their iCloud files from any iPhone or iPad. By default, however, the app is hidden.