Thanks to this little dongle, called i-FlashDrive, which has a flash drive with a 30-pin connector on one end and a USB on the other.
The device works through a companion iOS or Android app that allows the transfer of files, and can also display images and play video and audio files — though which formats are unclear.
The new i-FlashDrive will come in three versions of on-board storage: 16GB for $170, 32GB for $230 or 64GB for $330. However, the device is yet to make the shelves and made public. But as and when it does, it is going to ease many of the users wanting transfer of files between iPhone and any Android phone.
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