Consumers are spoilt for choice when it comes to smartphones. The same is the case for memory cards. However, the difference in terms of memory cards is that majority don’t understand the difference between various cards and the meaning of the terms used by manufacturers. Here is an explanation of some of those terms as well as factors to consider when buying your memory card.
The storage space on the Apple iPhone’s are always at a premium and if you are searching for this article then you already know the value of it and more so if you happen to have the entry level 16GB variant. The “not enough storage” message quite often pops up on our iPhones whenever we try to download large apps or shoot high quality footage. This is not only frustrating, but also hinders the overall user experience of the smartphone.
So, we decided to put together certain tips that will help you free up some space on your Apple iPhone. None of these simple tricks require you to jailbreak your iPhone or put your iPhone out of warranty. It’s completely risk free and you can go ahead and try them. Continue reading “How to save memory on your Apple iPhone”
Along with announcing the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and Apple Watch Series 2, Apple has also tweaked the storage options on iPad and slashed price for the iPad Pro.
Analysts have already predicted a number of specifications and features for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Now an IHS Technology analyst has revealed that the upcoming iPhone 7 will have a base model of 32GB storage.
If you were thinking of getting yourself a Sony XPERIA M4 Aqua, particularly the 8GB variant then it’s probably time to think again. Apparently the 8GB variant comes with just 1.26GB of free storage out of the box.
A pet peeve of practically every Android smartphone user has been the amount of free storage available on the handset. Manufacturers are notorious for stuffing bloatware on devices with already limited storage and then skimping out on the SD card slot as well. The Nexus line set this standard for increased software stability but it looks like Google has taken a proper about-turn on their stand. Continue reading “Android M to bring vastly improved SD card support”
Google has officially launched its standalone photo storage service called as Google Photos. The service automatically backs up and syncs unlimited photos and videos.
Amazon has integrated Kindle documents to its own Cloud drive thereby by giving its users 10 GB Amazon Cloud storage, in addition to 5GB of storage. Kindle owners received an email from Amazon informing them that all documents sent to Kindle are now stored on Amazon Cloud Drive.
Samsung has been working on a solution for NAND flash optimized file systems and has submitted an open source solution to the Linux kernel. The F2FS file system or Flash Friendly File System has been designed keeping in mind the memory requirements of mobile devices. Based on a log-structured method, it tackles problems faced by file systems designed for traditional hard disk storage.