6 external storage solutions for iPad and iPhone

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SanDisk iXpand Flash Drive SanDisk

The Flash drive

The big problem with Flash drives for iOS devices is that these tend to need you to plug them into your iPhone or iPad. This means they drain a little power and make your mobile devices a little cumbersome. They are portable though so if you really must have something with you upon which to store the 3-hours of 4K movie you happen to be filming for your next Hollywood blockbuster, then take a look at something like the SanDisk iXpand Flash Drive.

##NB: It’s always good practice to employ at least two backup systems, many professionals will supplement online backups with local and even off-site backups of their data.

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