This will be a game changer for many of us. Especially for iPads, which are used more and more often as a substitute for a laptop – being able to use a memory still will make things much easier.
“…late next month, a small California company plans to introduce an actual iOS-compatible thumb drive called iStick. It’s specifically designed to move files in both directions between computers and iOS devices that use Apple’s current charging and syncing port, which is called the Lightning connector. It also allows you to view or play the files right from the drive itself, so you don’t have to transfer them and take up space on your target device if you’d rather not.”