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    Wireless memory or other solution to increase iPad Air 2 storage

    I bought an IPad Air 2 six months ago for a great price However I rapidly ran out of storage because the 16GB quickly filled up. Can anyone recommend relatively cheap solutions so I can carry films, TVs series etc without having to delete lots of apps that I need to keep? Thanks for your guidance guys.

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    There are USB drives for iPads/iPhone available. You can save your stuff on the USB. Not sure how it works but as I haven't used one but their are available. Google it.

    iCloud?
    You get 5gb, so use that for all your photos.
    Or pay to upgrade it to 50gb. 0.79p per month

    I've got an old iPad not sure which one it is but I have been finding that I have all the safari windows open as have so many different things I intend to address but when I open another by accident it replaces one of the other windows I had open and often forget what I was looking at, I know this is silly of me but I was wondering if anyone else does this.
    Also another bug bear it seems hard to copy text or the right text I want and was wondering if there is a way to delete a search field in one go rather than deleting each text letter one by one ie in ebay

    Sorry for hijacking your thread

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    Thanks Guys No worries Slevin

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    hottoast

    Check out one of these … Check out one of these :https://www.amazon.co.uk/Verbatim-98243-MediaShare-Wireless/dp/B00CZ0P0PSI have one. They are nifty.



    Thanks Bought one

    I use a Kingston Mobilelite MLW221 I got for £9.99. Works very well. You connect iPad to it via Wifi, and this connects to router, so you still have internet via the unit. It doesn't have internal HDD, but can plug in usb drives and SD cards. Watching movies is fine. There are other similar products too.

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    dannz

    I use a Kingston Mobilelite MLW221 I got for £9.99. Works very well. You … I use a Kingston Mobilelite MLW221 I got for £9.99. Works very well. You connect iPad to it via Wifi, and this connects to router, so you still have internet via the unit. It doesn't have internal HDD, but can plug in usb drives and SD cards. Watching movies is fine. There are other similar products too.



    Thank you
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