Leef iBridge iPhone Memory

Sep 18, 2015

Category: Tech

Apple’s reluctance to include a microSD slot in their iPhone designs is certainly a head-scratcher, since more space for less money is something that iPhone users have wanted for some time. Although Apple will probably never come around to giving users what they want in future models, a new device, the Leef iBridge, will add up to 256 GB to your iPhone.

The iBridge is a physical external memory device that plugs into the iPhone’s Lightning port, adding valuable space to your phone. It easily backs up contacts, photos, videos and music, and is able to plug into your computer’s USB drive for quick and easy file transfers. Pricing starts at $60 for the 16 GB version, with the 256 GB version having a retail price of $400. [Purchase]

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