We can’t deny the fact that Apple devices such as iPhone and iPad are elegant, fast and considered one of the best stylish gadgets you can have these days. But there is only one thing that bothers me, and that’s the amount of storage it can handle as we all know these iOS devices doesn’t have external memory and not everyone of us can afford the ones with largest capacities such as 64GB and 128GB. So what could be the possible solution to this? The answer is by using a flash drive dedicated for these particular brands of smartphones.
Increase iOS Storage using iKlips
iKlips is a unique flash drive designed by Adam Elements specifically for iOS devices such as iPhone and iPad that aims to adds storage space to your device similar to what the popular SanDisk iXpand flash drive with lightning connector does. There is no other way to add memory to your Apple devices like tweaking, or any kind of software that is the reason these types of flash drives are created to solve that common problem by users of the lowest storage variants of iOS devices.
iKlips comes with a lightning connector and it can deliver read and write speeds of up to 14/8 MB per second and doubles as a standard USB thumb drive with USB 3.0 connector at the other end with a promising transfer rates of 140/20 MB per second.
This dual-interface USB device is created using an ultra-high-speed MLC flash memory and it is fully compatible with iOS devices that have lightning port, and even desktop PC, laptop with standard USB ports. It comes with a free companion app that you can used to manage your files such as photos and videos using your iPhone 5, iPhone 6, iPad 4, iPad Pro, and many more.
By using this compact flash drive, you will no longer experience your device running on low memory. Just back-up your other files directly to the drive and if you want to watch large movies or watch full TV episodes, you can simple stream directly to the iKlips. You can also open files such as documents, music files, and view photos directly to that external storage device.
This time I would suggest that you get the largest capacity of iKlips lightning flash drive, especially if you have only 16GB or 32GB on your Apple device to maximize the use of the thumb drive. You can buy this iOS companion flash drive for only $49 for the 16GB, $69 for the 32GB, $89 for the 64GB and $169 for the 128GB through quality Adam Elements distributors worldwide.
The iKlips iOS flash drive was initially announced via a crowdfunding website named Indiegogo and the said project expected to raise a whooping $50,000 funds to make the jump into production and they’ve successfully did it with 424% funded in April 2015.
General Manager of Adam Elements, Alan Chang explains:
“iKlips was inspired by the idea of connecting technology and people. iKlips is extra durable and reliable, its metal frame will not let the device bend and elastic silicone connector caps will protect it from damage in case it is dropped. Design is slim and smooth, with a few different colors to choose from. It is an accessory made to look good and function well with other iOS devices.
We submitted the concept to Red Dot for review and iKlips recieved a Red Dot Award for product design. Now we are submitting iKlips to you, the people who will benefit from using it every day and especially in those situations in which internet access is going to likely to let you down.”
Watch iKlips’ promotional video below