Learn how to: Use your iPhone as a hard drive
iTunes doesn’t make using your iOS device as a hard drive very easy, so load up iExplorer instead.
iPod Touches, iPads and iPhones are great devices, and they are managed very well by iTunes for such media as music and video, but not for everything else. At the heart of your iOS device, there is flash‑based storage and this will have a capacity of between 8GB and 64GB (depending on which model you could afford) which means you can use it as a giant USB drive too.
To read a digital version of this great feature from Issue 68 of Windows: The Official Magazine, click on the image below.
You can read the full digital version of the latest issue of the magazine on your iPad, iPhone, Android device or PC by clicking here.
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