Let us remind you that the operating system iOS, unlike Android and Windows Phone, does not recognize external drives, such as USB flash drives or memory cards. Thus, iXpand transfers files to Apple products using a special application that can “automatically sync photos and videos from your camera to the drive,” says SanDisk.
On iXpand you can copy and play back movies in formats WMV, AVI, MKV, MP4 or MOV. For security purposes, any file can be password protected or encrypted.
The device looks bigger than any other USB stick, and it is also more expensive: $ 60 for 16 GB, $ 80 for 32GB and $ 120 for 64 GB. Nevertheless, being able to increase the memory of your iPhone using iXpand will be much cheaper than buying an iPhone or iPad with a larger memory.
SanDisk is already on sale. It is compatible with any i-device, which has a Lightning port and iOS version 7 or 8.