How To Transfer Data of iPhone and iPad with iStick
iStick is a new accessory company created by Hyper, reaches Kickstarter wanting to be the solution to the lack of a practical external memory for iOS devices.
The company Hyper is well known in the world of users of Apple given that for years gives life to some of the best accessories for iOS and Mac market. This time, presents Hyper iStick , the first USB memory designed for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, allowing to expand their storage capacity and, of course, share files between computers and iOS devices quickly and easily.
iStick expands the storage of an iPhone or iPad, and share files between these devices Proposal is more than attractive and really simple at first glance is a flash memory that has a USB connector on one side and a connector Lighting on the other . So it is only necessary to move the files you wish to iStick a computer, and then connect to an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, that using the official application of the device, created by Hyper, can transfer these files to the device.
It is also possible to simply support the iDevice photos or documents in memory, or play songs and videos from iStick without passing them to iPhone or iPad. It’s an idea great representing a large number of possibilities for both the average user, you can quickly transfer multimedia files and documents, and for the professional user or executive , which surely will bring a great benefit to filing or quick scan documents directly into your handheld.
Currently it is not possible to buy the iStick, since it is in full campaign financing Kickstarter (which has already exceeded its goal in less than a day). Hyper got approval from Apple for this device , which worked for two years. iStick is available in 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB, with prices of 129, 169, 199 and 299 dollars, respectively, but those who purchase via Kickstarter get 50% discount on the final price, very attractive offer.
According Hyper will begin to send their buyers iStick during the month of August. It is definitely an accessory that all users of iDevices could capitalize.