Even without a curved display, other iPhone 8 components could drive up the cost. The rumored iPhone 8 may not feature that curved edge-to-edge OLED display that we've heard so much about after all (reported on here, here and here), according to some industry analysts. IHS Markit analyst Wayne Lam says that Apple will stick to its flat-screen design, but still with an OLED screen versus the LCD technology found in today's iPhones, according to the firm's research on suppliers. Lam anticipates the screen to feature a more gentle 2.5D curve (like the one found in the iPhone 7 and iPhone 6S) instead of a Samsung Edge-style display.
But if you're seeking a really significant storage boost, your only option is to upgrade, right? You'll need an iPhone or iPad with more space, SanDisk's iXpand drives can add up to a whopping 256GB extra storage to your iPhone or iPad, Not necessarily! External storage devices can give you virtually unlimited extra space for music, movies, photos, documents and other data, And many of them are surprisingly affordable, These devices fall into two main categories: plug-in storage (think: navy and pink watercolor peony iphone case flash drive for your iPhone or iPad) and wireless media hubs..
A phone-friendly flash drive will give you either a fixed amount of storage or a card reader that holds removable media (usually microSD). For example, SanDisk's iXpand line offers anywhere from 32GB to 256GB, with a Lightning connector at one end and USB 3.0 at the other. It has a wraparound design so the bulk of the drive hugs the back of your phone or tablet, rather than sticking way out from the bottom. The similarly designed Leef iAccess has no onboard storage; rather, it accommodates microSD cards, which could prove useful if you want to, say, view photos or videos captured on an external camera.
Drives like these aren't usually connected full-time; you access them as you navy and pink watercolor peony iphone case need them, Suppose, for example, you're taking a long trip, You want to bring along your entire music library -- not just the handful of playlists that fit on your 16GB iPad Mini -- and enough movies to last you through two or more long flights, With one of these drives, you can stock up on songs, podcasts, videos and whatnot, while still leaving space on your iDevice for apps and other stuff, You can even offload the photos and videos you've captured, thereby actually freeing up space..
In broad strokes, the plug-in drives work like this. Step 1: Connect the drive to your PC, then fill it with any and all media/data you want to bring along. Step 2: Install the companion app that goes with the drive. Step 3: Run the app, then connect to the drive. Now you can stream your media, view your photos, access your documents, transfer files and so on. The RAVPower FileHub Plus is not just a wireless media hub, but also a travel router and mobile charger. Don't want anything sticking out of your device? Consider a wireless drive, also known as a media hub. These come in many sizes and capacities, but make sure you choose one that includes a pass-through option, which allows your device to stay connected to a Wi-Fi network while simultaneously connected to the drive. Otherwise it's a huge hassle to disconnect and reconnect all the time.