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Free Up iPhone Space Using iKlips Dual Lightning/USB 3.0 Flash Drive

Free Up iPhone Space Using iKlips Dual Lightning/USB 3.0 Flash Drive
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Synopsis: Your Daily Techy reviewer Robert Bassett shows readers a way to eliminate iPhone storage issues using a 64GB iKlips dual Lightning / USB 3.0 flash drive from Adam Elements.

Your Daily Techy's Robert Bassett, takes a look at a handy alternative to cloud storage for those running out of storage space on their 16GB iPhones. Unlike WiFi-dependant cloud services, Adam Elements iKlips ultra-portable flash drives allow users to back up or share data anywhere, anytime.

The fastest Apple Lightning flash drive on the market today, iKlips' dual-interface (Lightning / USB 3.0) design helps users effortlessly transfers files between iPhone, iPad, PC, and Mac in combination with the free iKlips data management app, available on the App store.


Adam Elements iKlips 64GB USB 3.0 and lightning flash drive. Image credit: Your Daily Techy

Adam Elements iKlips 64GB USB 3.0 and lightning flash drive. Image credit: Your Daily Techy


Accessibility and ease of use is welcome for any piece of tech, especially when you're potentially managing personal photos and other media. The app that manages your files on your iPhone is easy to install and use. Bassett was impressed, saying:

“The iKlips needs an app to be used with the iPhone. This is probably the best part about this flash drive.”

Even though the iKlips was designed to be used primarily Apple devices, it is compatible with Windows PC: “I love that it works with Mac and PC out of the box.”

Bassett summarizes a very positive experience for ease of use and capacity sizes:

“I find this flash drive very practical overall, even if you have enough storage on your iPhone. I think it's a great way to cross things between your computer and iPhone.”


In Conclusion

Pleased with his 64GB iKlips, Robert sums up his review by saying:

"I can't really find anything to complain about this flash drive. I have the 64gb version and it costs $99. The price is a little steep but for what you are getting, it's worth it."


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Click here to read Robert's full review on Your Daily Techy. (Link opens in new window)


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iKlips Dual USB 3.0 / Lightning flash drives are currently available in 16GB, 32GB, 128GB, and 256GB capacities.

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