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SanDisk iXpand Base for iPhone Charging and Backup On Sale [Deal]

SanDisk iXpand Base for iPhone Charging and Backup On Sale [Deal]

Posted September 30, 2018 at 9:12pm by iClarified · 8852 views
The SanDisk iXpand Base for iPhone charging and backup is on sale today. The charger will automatically backup your iPhone's photos, videos and contacts every time you plugin to charge.

Automatically back up your iPhone’s photos, videos and contacts every time you charge. With up to 256GB of storage, you can save all of your photos and videos right on the iXpand Base at original quality, with no worry about recurring monthly fees. Designed as a home base for your iPhone, it features a soft rubber top to hold your phone and a wrap-around groove to keep your Lightning to USB cable tidy (cable not included). The iXpand Base also includes an app that lets you easily restore your backed up files.

There are three sizes of the iXpand Base available:
● iXpand Base 64GB - $38.36 (62% off)
● iXpand Base 128GB - $79.99 (38% off)
● iXpand Base 256GB - $109.99 (45% off)

You can check out the video below for more details. Grab the deal while you can at the link below!

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wichorosales - October 1, 2018 at 4:33am
I purchased mine at Walmart in Grapevine Texas for $8.00. Yes, it was on clearance and there were two but someone had already purchased it so I couldn't buy the two left. I want to tell you though, that you can replace the SD card. I purchased the 32GB and I inserted a 64GB SD card and it reads it with no problems. The only thing that you have to be aware of, is that unfortunately if you have already backup and you swipe the cards the device will only "update the new files", there is no option to manually do a full backup again, the answer is to uninstall de App and delete the App and Data and then reinstall it again. Only then it will perform a new Full Backup in the new SD card you upgraded to. 256GB is the maximum you can go. If you were able to purchase one, enjoy it as I am enjoying mine!
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