“macOS Sierra went out yesterday, with a number of features that users will cling to: Siri, iCloud Documents and Data, and the like,” Rixstep reports.

“One of the most interesting features of macOS Sierra is something that won’t be fully ready until next year: Apple’s new file system APFS,” Rixstep reports. “What’s interesting about this new file system isn’t just the system itself, but who writes it.”

“Dominic Giampaolo has been working at Apple since 2002 – that’s right: almost since the inception of OS X. What’s he been doing all those years?” Rixstep reports. “APFS factors in, to be sure. Dominic has an impressive portfolio. He’s been able to tell online pundits about the internal architecture of APFS because he wrote it.”

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