Review of the time2 storage device for iOS

I’ve started Vlogging on my iPhone 5S and noticed that because I only purchased an 8GB memory on the phone, so I decided to buy the time2 storage device from Amazon.

I had never heard of storage devices for iOS before, and I started searching the internet to see if there was something I could buy for iPhone storage and noticed an article on CNet which made some suggestions iPhone storage.

You can purchase extra space from iCloud or Dropbox, but this is no good if you don’t have internet access.

I read the article and went to Amazon to have a look at IOS devices and noticed that the time2 was cheaper than other devices and it holds up to 256GB on a Micro SD card, which is more than enough for me.

I was a little bit disappointed that this device never came with a micro SD card, however for £29.99 its a great buy compared to other more expensive devices. The time2 is also Apple Certified, which is another reason why I went for this and its available to buy in the app store because its specially made for iPod, iPhone and iPad.

If you are like me and own all three of these devices and take lots of photos and videos, you should buy one of these.

The item arrived the next day via Amazon Prime, and it was packaged well inside a small sealed box along with instructions on how to use the item.

I now have a device that is suitable for transferring files to my iPhone, iPad and iPod.

There is a user-friendly app that you can download onto your device which is compatible for downloading and transferring music, videos, images and docs. With just one click you can even backup your contacts list.

This device is small enough to fit in your hand and fairly light, so you can easily put it in your pocket or bag when you are working away from home. It also has a USB connection which you can plug into any PC or your Macbook.


Overall this device is small enough to carry and store away. The only thing I would say is it would be better if it came with a micro sd card, however, this would drive the price up. The instructions are fairly clear but could do with updating as they can cause confusion because  Local” storage is “Device” storage and “External” storage is SD Card storage.You also have to delete files manually, and there is no prompt button to tell you to delete copied files.

Please be aware that you can’t download music onto this straight from iTunes; it can only transfer music saved on your device.


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