Sandisk iXpand Flash Drive 64GB for iPhone and iPad £40 @ Tesco
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Sandisk iXpand Flash Drive 64GB for iPhone and iPad £40 @ Tesco

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Found 20th May 2016
64GB Plug in expandable hard drive for iPhone or iPad
Seems good value especially when you have just a 16GB iPhone! Don't forget club card boost - got mine for £20 worth of vouchers
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Anybody not wanting to go to Tesco can also buy from Amazon for £43.99
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Hilarious that Apple users need to pay these prices for memory. Inexcusable in this day and age....and Apple just rake in the profits.

Sorry already posted earlier … Sorry already posted earlier today:--http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sandisk-iexpand-64gb-40-tesco-2451014


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Hilarious that Apple users need to pay these prices for memory. … Hilarious that Apple users need to pay these prices for memory. Inexcusable in this day and age....and Apple just rake in the profits.


In my defence, I brought with club card boost so paid exactly £0 for mine, it's just an added bonus from fuelling up at Tesco (which is my cheapest local fuel station anyway!)

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lol looks like the other post got killed as spam..
I think these don't work with iOS 9 ?

I nearly bought one a while ago and it seemed it had issues from a bit of research.

Good old Apple.
Edited by: "DonkeyKonk" 21st May 2016
do they do an external iBattery also?
It's not a hard drive.....
SkyeVincent

In my defence, I brought with club card boost so paid exactly £0 for … In my defence, I brought with club card boost so paid exactly £0 for mine, it's just an added bonus from fuelling up at Tesco (which is my cheapest local fuel station anyway!)



​You bring things with club card boost?
MojoMan0427

Hilarious that Apple users need to pay these prices for memory. … Hilarious that Apple users need to pay these prices for memory. Inexcusable in this day and age....and Apple just rake in the profits.



Isn't the same true of any phone with fixed storage?
misterleoni

Isn't the same true of any phone with fixed storage?



​Of course, but Apple do not do an expandable phone, do they?

That's. The. Point.
MojoMan0427

​Of course, but Apple do not do an expandable phone, do they?That's. T … ​Of course, but Apple do not do an expandable phone, do they?That's. The. Point.



You're forgetting that it's a choice thing. Apple choose not to include expandable storage and neither you nor I actually knows the true reason for this, so basically if you don't like it you just buy a different phone. Some people seem to get quite snarky about it though - remember that iOS devices don't have an accessible file system, so expandable storage would be all but hobbled anyway, for anything other than the usage available with a stick like this. That's just the way they do it, and it leads to a very secure platform with very regular and reliable updates. If you want expandable storage and the ability to move things between cards, download torrents and other such thing then you need an Android, since they're more 'flexible'. Buy the phone that suits your needs, don't expect the one that doesn't to 'fall in line'
Edited by: "misterleoni" 21st May 2016

In my defence, I brought with club card boost so paid exactly £0 for … In my defence, I brought with club card boost so paid exactly £0 for mine, it's just an added bonus from fuelling up at Tesco (which is my cheapest local fuel station anyway!)



This is unrelated to your original post but use branded fuel every 1 in 4 fills. It's much better for your car's engine. Also, just in case you did not know, those Clubcard vouchers are worth four times the amount in restaurants because my Mum always uses them for that. I shop in Aldi so do not get any vouchers.
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