Although it didn’t make the keynote cut, among the larger news items for computer programmers now is that Apple is rolling out a fresh file program for storage for all its goods:
The Apple Filesystem (APFS) is the next generation filesystem created to scale from an Apple Watch to a Mac Pro. APFS is optimized for Flash/SSD storage, and designed with encryption as a main attribute. Learn about APFS advantages versus HFS+ and the best way to ensure your filesystem code is appropriate.
Details are short but programmers can get information regarding the new Filesystem here, but it comes with some important caveats/limits that may initially restrict its usage:
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