May 22, 2014 3:10 pm / Posted by Bobby Hills to Mobile Phone Tips
Do you think your iPad's storage is enough? For most of you, the answer is "No". Now a company from California Hyper has created a USB flash drive that connects to Apple's Lightning connector. It's not the first USB drive to do so, but it is the first to be approved by Apple and can be used to stream films when there's no web connection, or easily transfer files to a PC.
The drive measures 51.6 x 28.6 x 9.1mm and offers a standard USB connector at one end and Apple MFi-certified Lightning at the other, with a physical switch for flipping between the two. You can choose from ABS plastic and aluminum, or all aluminum.
Hyper will offer the drive in 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB capacities.
The 8GB iStick is expected to have a retail price of $129. The 16GB iStick: $169. 32GB: $199. And a 64GB version will run you a jaw-dropping $299.
The iStick is due to be shipped by August and shipping costs outside the U.S will add an extra $10 to the price.
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