The dongle works like your usual flash drive – it connects to your iDevice or computer, letting you store your files directly on its internal memory (which comes in 8GB, 16GB or 32GB capacities). While it doesn’t have the ability to charge or sync – it’s not a cable replacement – you can use it for file storage even when you don’t own an iOS device.
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