The 16GB iPhone is the cheapest iPhone model you can pick. Jumping to 64GB would be a happier middle but the price difference is substantial, which is why we’re sure many opt for the 16GB model and hope that their cloud storage is sufficient to keep them afloat, while they store more of their important apps and files locally.
Now if you’re looking for external storage for your iPhone, you’re in luck as PhotoFast has recently announced the second-gen Max Extreme iPhone accessory. As you can see in the photo above, basically this is a small flash drive that connects to your iOS device via its Lightning port.
From there, users will be able to transfer data off their phone with 85MB/s write speeds. After which they can take the device and then transfer it onto a computer via the USB 3.0 port. Granted it’s not as elegant as having a microSD card, but for iPhone users this might come in handy. It might also be handy for photographers on the go to transfer edited photos from their mobile devices to a laptop.
The PhotoFast Max Extreme will come in either 32GB or 64GB options and will be priced at $170 and $270 respectively and are available for purchase via PhotoFast’s website.