Apple has admirably stepped to the plate to meet its 16GB iPhone storage complaints with seemingly effective fixes. In the meantime, PhotoFast has come to the aid of smartphone shutterbugs everywhere with the iPhone-friendly 32GB and 64GB i-FlashDrive Max Extreme dongles.
The iOS 9 storage-opitimization tweaks Apple has rolled out to better the capacity of the 16 GB iPhone 6 and 6s and even older devices are impressive. It was above-and-beyond to make iCloud storage for instant secure-anywhere-and-everywhere access to photos and files even cheaper by halving prices on tiered subscription plans.
The realities of those remedies still raise a few questions in the pursuit of offering solutions, though. Video recording in 4K and Live Photos will still inevitably devour a 16GB phone’s factory storage. Meanwhile, iCloud is an option, but what is one to do without a data or Wi-Fi connection?
Both the MFi (Made For iOS)-certified sizes of Max Extreme dongles write at 85MB/s from either an iOS or USB 3.0 drive – that’s right, either – and can also back up calendars and contacts with the included i-FlashDrive One companion app. Your data is always triple-secure, thanks Touch ID support, Lightning Lock and USB Lock protections, and the i-FlashDrive Max Extreme is always ready to charge your iOS device from any connection while simultaneously storing, backing up, transferring and streaming your data.