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6 Lightning OTG Flash Drives for Your iPhone or iPad




Running out of storage on your iPhone or iPad but don’t want to delete anything or move it to your PC? If that’s the case then a Lightning-based OTG flash drive is what you need. Take a look at our list below.

Author’s note: The Lightning OTG flash drives listed here are those that can be purchased locally.

Leef iBridge

Leef’s iBridge comes in an unusual design but for good reason. Instead of sticking out from under your iOS device, it curves the rest of its body to the back. It works with the Leef iBridge app to manage the backup and transferring of files. The Leef iBridge comes in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB storage models. Price starts at Php3,200 and is available at PowerMac Center, Digital Walker, Beyond the Box, and Switch.

Adam Elements iKlips

The Adam Elements iKlips features the classic Flash Drive but it’s Apple MFi-certified and a USB 3.0 for fast read/write speeds. Like the rest of the flash drives in the list, it supports multiple file formats allowing you to view files on the go. The 32GB Adam Elements iKlips is available at Lazada for Php4,107. See listing here.

SanDisk iXpand Flash Drive


Next is the iXpand Flash Drive from SanDisk. It has a built-in rechargeable battery, USB 2.0, and works using the iXpand Sync app which supports video and music playback. Storage capacities range from 16GB up to 128GB. Price starts at Php2,299 and is available at PCWORX stores. You can read our review here.

Strontium iDrive 3.0

Strontium, the brand known for its SD cards and flash drives also have an offering for iOS devices in the form of the iDrive 3.0. Aside from its Lightning connector, it also uses the USB 3.0 connector for fast file transfers to your PC. The Strontium iDrive 3.0 is also available at Lazada for Php1,799 for the 16GB model. See listing here.

PhotoFast Evo Plus

If you want something unique, you can go with the PhotoFast Evo Plus. Aside from supporting Apple’s Lightning port, it also has a USB 3.0 connector with a microUSB hidden inside it. It’s basically a triple-interface flash drive allowing you to use it for your USB OTG-supported Android devices. Price starts at Php3,800 for the 16GB model and is available at Power Mac.

PNY Duo-Link OTG Flash Drive

Last, but not the least, is the PNY Duo-Link OTG Flash Drive we spotted in AccentHub at SM Mall of Asia. What we saw though is the 128GB variant with an expensive asking price of Php7,990.

Got something to add to this list? Let us know in the comments below.



This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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