5 ways expand iPhone’s storage beyond 16 GB – Mobile trend

16 GB of iPhone storage is easily use it by user.User download photos, videos, apps and music in our phones, so 16 GB easily utilised.User generally handle the storage crunch — deleting or splurging. mobile trend

The iPhone doesn’t have expandable storage like other smartphones. But iPhone’s try to expand storage without breaking the bank or deleting everything.

5 ways expand iPhone's storage beyond 16 GB1

5 ways expand iPhone’s storage beyond 16 GB1

1) Plug in a flash drive 

You can’t expand your iPhone’s internal storage, you can grow its external storage. Flash storage is added in iPhone’s it is just like adding an external hard drive for your PC. Flash storage devices like the $60 Leef iBridgeplug right into your Lightning port and instantly increased your phone’s storage. The iBridge has a J-shape so it bends around your iPhone, but it’s a lot of money to spend on just another 16 GB of storage.

There are other options,including a SanDisk iExpand with $42, which has 32 GB of storage.Mophie makes a combination battery and 32 GB external storage case called the Space Pack with cost of $149.

2)Keep a wireless hard drive in your pocket

If you are constantly plugged into your phone, there are wireless storage options.By connecting them to the same Wi-Fi network, your iPhone can sync with a wireless storage device in your pocket. With a corresponding app, you can set your phone to automatically on the wireless drive instead of storing it internally. You can stick any flash drive or SD card into it.If you plug it into your phone, it doubles an external battery.

3) Keep your files at home

If you need a lot of extra storage, you can build your own personal cloud. The$159 Western Digital MyCloudnetwork storage devicelets you store up to 4 terabytes (that’s 4,000 GB).You can keep the MyCloud at home, so you can access the files from wherever you’re using the corresponding app. As an added bonus, you can also use the MyCloud to back up all the files from your home PC or Mac.

4) Use the cloud

Your files can be store on your own hard drive .You can use DropBox, Amazon CloudDrive, Google Drive,Microsoft(MSFT,Tech30)OneDrive orApple(AAPL,Tech30)iCloud to manage your files in the cloud. Depending on how much you store, you might have to pay a monthly subscription.

5) Clean your phone

If you use apps such as DU Speedbooster for Android or PhoneClean for iPhones, you can clear out unnecessary files from your phone.