Hi, I'm a new Apple product user (particularly - iPad) and I was literally shocked then realized how limited my devise is comparing to Symbian, Windows Mobile or Android. Each application in iPad can save files in it's own area and other application can't access that area. I read some articles and I agree with such approach (if you want something more, buy a MacBook or get the hell out of here (meaning - buy an Android)). BACK TO THE TOPIC: Can we expect a shared file system? By that I mean: you can save files there, create folders, move files around. And you can access that with any application and have full control of it. Or in other words - SD card support is a super example of that. Put any files you want in it and access that SD card and files in it with any application. If Apple doesn't want to support SD cards - it's OK. But make a shared file system in internal memory. Make it accessible only through iTunes. I don't care. Just let the applications in iOS use the content in that file system. Has anybody asked that Apple? What was Apple's response? My almost 10 years Windows Mobile phone is better in that sense than iOS. What is the reason there's no file system in iOS?