- You have at least four great ways to gain more — even massive — storage space for everything you want to work or play with on an iPad. Which is great news because no matter how much iPad storage or memory capacity you start out with — at some point, it’s going to feel limited.
Read my quick overview and road map to more iPad memory and storage in “What Kind of Storage Is Available for iPads?” — posted on Chron.com’s Small Business section.
Check out the resources I’ve curated below for you, too. Have I missed anything?
Portable storage devices often recommended by experts and heavy-duty iPad users
- Kingston Wi-Drive (64GB) (32GB)
- Seagate GoFlex Satellite Mobile Wireless Storage (500GB)
- Maxell AirStash Expandable Capacity Wireless Flash Drive (16GB)
- Sanho HyperDrive iFlashDrive (32GB)
- Sanho HyperDrive Hard Drive for iPad (1TB)
- What Kind of Storage Is Available for iPads? (chron.com)
- Is your iPhone or iPad running out of storage space? Here’s how to fix it! (imore.com)
- 16GB vs. 32GB vs. 64GB vs. 128GB: Which iPad Air or Retina iPad mini storage capacity should you get? (imore.com)
Excellent e-books that cover the subject
- Your iPad at Work, Fourth Edition; Jason Rich (iBooks) (Kindle)
- Take Control of iCloud; Joe Kissell (iBooks) (Kindle)
- The iPad for Photographers: Master the Newest Tool in Your Camera Bag; Jeff Carlson (iBooks) (Kindle)
- iPad for Digital Photographers; Derrick Story (iBooks) (Kindle)
- iPad Music; Mark Jenkins (Kindle)
How to Add More Memory or Storage to Your iPad
April 21, 2014 By Leave a Comment