SanDisk iXpand flash drive adds 32GB to 256GB of additional storage to your iOS device

SanDisk iXpand flash drive adds 32GB to 256GB of additional storage to your iOS device
Sure, there is no microSD slot that allows you to add additional storage to the Apple iPhone and Apple iPad. But if you have $39.99 to spend, Amazon will sell you the 32GB SanDisk iXpand flash drive. At that price, you are saving $20 or 33% off the regular price. The product works with any iPhone or iPad that supports the Lightning port. On the other half of the device is a standard USB port.

Using a companion app, you can load images and videos from your iOS device to the flash drive where they can stay. Or, you can move the files from the flash drive to your Mac or Windows PC and load them on your computer's hard drive. According to Amazon, the iXpand flash drive carries these features:

  • Free up space on your iPhone by moving photos and videos to your iXpand flash
  • Automatically back up photos and videos from your camera
  • Automatically back up your contacts
  • Watch popular video on your iPhone or iPad
  • Designed with a flexible connector to fit through most iPhone cases
  • High-speed USB 3.0 transfer to and from your computer
  • Secure file storage across your computer, iPhone and iPad
  • Videos automatically saved to the drive if captured from within the iXpand Drive app

Besides the 32GB model, you can add 64GB of storage to your iOS device for $56.49 (29% discount), 128GB of storage for $89.01 (26% off) and 256GB of storage for $249.99. If you're interested in the iXpand flash drive, click on the sourcelink below.


source: Amazon via BGR

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