Controversy aside, jailbreaking and getting true file management has made my iPad Pro at least twice as useful.
Apple please please ***please*** give us true or somewhat closer to true file management in iOS 13.
The jailbreak tweak(s) Filza and Safari++ have given me the ability to download files directly from Safari, save them directly to an SMB share through split screen, open Filza, navigate to the SMB share, work on the file off the SMB share in a native text editor built into Filza and copy them into *my structured /var directory* and be able to pull out that file later when I need it.
Obviously, this same workflow can be replicated with apps like Document by Readdle, or even the stock Files app if you so wish.
The point being made here however is the fact that you shouldn’t need to rely on third party apps or truth be told, unpolished solutions (ie. Apple’s native Files app)
The ability to not have to worry about “Oh no, I need to bring my laptop to do this task” since my iPad can’t download a large file in Safari without download progress and network failover abilities is to be quite frank, a situation with no clear solution other than the ones previously mentioned.
For the time being however, I am enjoying this ability and cannot wait till its native in iOS so I don’t have to deliberately break security features built-in to my device to enjoy those features.