This $10 Adapter Lets You Use a MicroSD or SD Card With Any iPhone

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Whether you’re a photographer, student, or professional, it’s a good idea to keep files and photos backed up with microSD card. Boy Genius Report has found an affordable 3-in-1 SD card reader that helps you manage files with your phone. Find out more from BGR and shop below:

From BGR:
At no point in the future, be it next year or 20 years from now, will Apple ever release an iPhone with support for expandable storage. Apple makes its money selling hardware and it has much bigger margins on more expensive iPhone models than it does on entry-level models. Needless to say, if you were able to easily stick a microSD card in your 32GB or 64GB iPhone, there’s no way you’d ever spring for a 256GB model. Apple might not let you easily pop a microSD card into your iPhone, but an accessory like the Fixget Lightning Memeory Card Reader will at least let you use any microSD or even full size SD card with your iPhone. That way you can easily offload all the big videos and photos that are taking up space on your phone.

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The Fixget 3 in 1 is designed with the latest technology, allowing for ultra fast transfer speeds of 20~27MB/S, and a writing speed of 20MB/S. It allows you to move, delete or rename files, playback videos and music, backup and restore your contact list, and even has a built-in voice recorder. You can also better manage content using the compatible app, which allows you to manage your data directly from your smartphone.

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