By Todd Bernhard on Sat, 10/10/2015
It's no secret that Apple charges a lot for iOS devices with more storage capacity. A 16 GB iPhone is hardly practical these days, with 4K video recording a feature of the new iPhones, yet it's a $100 price jump to the next level. At least the next model has 64 GB compared to the 32 GB it used to have. But as long as Apple doesn't allow for expandable memory (which they never will) then there will be a need for external memory. And since there's always a need for a battery pack add-on as well, I was very interested in trying the LINK Power Drive ($99.99) from Imation.