Tech: PhotoFast Launches iOS microSD Card Reader To Handle Your iPhone Storage Needs
PhotoFast Launches iOS microSD Card Reader
In today’s world, many people use their phones for literally every single thing in their life, but mostly for entertainment and to stay social with the world. With doing so much on our phones, many have come to experience having to delete much-loved pictures, videos, apps and more just to make room for something need at that one time. With Andriod, you are at least able to get a sd card that can hold more memory, but with Apple iPhones you basically just SOL. Now, the leading iOS storage manufacturer based in Taiwan, PhotoFast helps to alleviate that problem as they release the iOS microSD Card Reader that is small, unique and allows you to store information from your iPhone to another convenient location to be able to go back to while on the go.
The PhotoFast iOS Card Reader, built with a Lightning connector, offers the power to store, transfer, stream and back-up data from a microSD card so you can access your photos, videos and songs anytime, anywhere. It can be plugged directly into an iOS iPhone or iPad, enabling people on-the-go to quickly access, transfer and store up to 128GB of extra storage on your Apple device.
Most importantly, the barrier of accessibility derived from transferring data from an Android to an Apple device has been overcome by the iOS Card Reader. With this new device, Android users switching to an iPhone can easily transfer all their data without the need to access iCloud by file sharing via microSD.
The iOS Card Reader is supported by PhotoFast’s i-FlashDrive ONE app. Unlike other storage apps, this intuitive, user-friendly app – updated for the last 6 years – includes a variety of rich online and offline capabilities. Users can store and back-up data from cloud-based services such as iCloud, Google Drive and DropBox, as well as popular social media accounts, Facebook and Instagram. The i-FlashDrive ONE app also offers enhanced security and file management features, including a USB accessory lock and app lock supported by Touch ID.
“It is an honor to bring the PhotoFast iOS Card Reader, our smallest and most powerful card reader, to the market,” said Mr. Warren Wang, CEO of PhotoFast. “The reason we manufactured a microSD reader is that it consumes less power from iPhone than an SD card. By using microSD card we are able to share and exchange files with microSD compatible phones (Android/Windows)” Mr. Wang added: “We are a very proud and humble team who strives to design innovative products that enhance the usability of Apple devices. We adapt to the ever changing technology landscape and make Apple devices even better.”
The PhotoFast iOS Card Reader is available with up to 128GB capacity, and with retail prices for the reader beginning at only $39.99.