MemoriesCable Lightning Charger for iPhone

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Squeezing extra storage space out of that 16 GB iPhone can be quite the challenge. Rather than constantly deleting old photos and music, grab yourself one of these MemoriesCables.

Developed by the crew at PhotoFast, these cables feature an additional 64GB or 128Gb of memory that you can use to store photos, videos, or whatever your heart desires. As if the additional storage wasn’t reason enough to scoop one of these up, they also double as a charging cable. Compatible with the iPhone 6, iPad Air 2, and other Apple devices outfitted with a Lightning connector, these cables are accompanied by a free iOS app that gives you quick and easy access to your content. The cable is ultra portable, measuring just 13cm in length with a weight of 9.4g, meaning you can take it with you, anywhere you venture. The cable starts at $129 depending on how much storage you’re looking to add. [Purchase]

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