Have you heard? You can finally use an external hard drive on your iPad and iPhone. This is really something to look forward to, don’t you think?
What’s even more exciting is that it’s going to be pretty easy to use an external hard to add more space to either your iPad or iPhone. You would just have to consider the compatibility of your Apple device to the external drive.
Here are the easy steps to plug in an external drive to your Apple device.
Moving your files from the external drive to your Apple device is also pretty easy to do. Check out the navigation below.
It’s pretty much the same if you want to move files from your Apple device to the external drive.
As you can see, it’s really pretty easy to transfer files from an external hard drive to your Apple device and vice versa. The good news is that it will get a lot easier than that.
Can you imagine all the space you’re going to have in your iPhone or iPad once have external support storage for it? This is really something to look forward to. We can finally carry all the data we need (and don’t ) everywhere we go.
It’s a good thing, right? Well, if you think about it, there is a downside. The more data you have in portable devices, the more chances you have of losing them.
Face it. You have more chances of losing portable devices because obviously, they’re pretty small. Aside from the chances of losing them, you can also drop and damage them anytime.
No one can argue about the convenience of portable devices but the risk of losing your data is huge. If end up losing your external hard drive, you would just have to rely on your backups. Hopefully, there are backups, for the sake of your sanity.
The lesser evil for you would be a damaged external hard drive or Apple device. You’d still be able to recover your data from either one. However, you would need to use the expertise of a https://www.harddriverecovery.org/professional-data-recovery.html technician. That particular technician is the only who knows https://www.harddriverecovery.org/how-to-recover-data.html from a damaged external hard drive. In case your Apple device is damaged, that same technician can do a https://www.harddriverecovery.org/mac-data-recovery/ for you.
Using External Drives With Your iPad or iPhone Is Now Possible was initially published to The Hard Drive Recovery Group Blog
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