SanDisk is looking to take advantage of the fact that Apple devices do not have expandable storage. According to the company, users often run out of space after shooting videos and downloading apps. Files stored on the drive can be accessed through Sandisk’s iXpand Sync app.
The iXpand Flash Drive a USB 2.0 jack and a lighting connector will be available in four capacities: 16GB for Rs. 4,490, 32GB for Rs. 5,990, 64GB for Rs. 7,990 and 128GB for Rs. 11,490. It is compatible with iPhones and iPads that have Lightning connectors, and requires iOS 7 or above. To use the flash drive, you are also required to download a free app on your Apple device.
You can backup and restore your iOS contacts and turn on automatically syncing your camera roll to the iXpand drive. But it’s also one half of the slightly strange file transfer process — because unlike other platforms, you don’t get to browse your iPhone or iPad to copy files back and forth.
You can buy your device here: Amazon India