While iOS is a fairly a closed system that prevents access of any third party application, in the absence of Jailbreak, always been a bit of leeway by applications like iFunBox, iExplorer or any other file managers that allowed access to the file system, but are not as complete as with Jailbreak. However the arrival of iOS 8.3 was a major change is that you can no longer access the applications of our iPhone or iPad by using these browsers archivos.En currently only applications that have the “Share with iTunes “enabled can be accessed by these file managers.
This option refers to the ability to add files from iTunes, as with applications like VLC. Other applications have completely closed access, and no way to read the data using any browser of this type. Quite a blow to the developers of these applications that are sure to seek how to solve this problem that affects them so directly. We insist, all those who have perform the Jailbreak will not have the slightest problem and can still access all system files as usual. Meanwhile already in iOS 8.3, we can only wait for the launch of a Jailbreak tool,which might take longer.