By Adrian Kingsley-Hughes for Hardware 2. Tired of paying Apple big bucks for extra storage when Android users get to enjoy an SD card slot? Here how you can add a microSD card slot to your iPhone or iPad. Must read : iOS Pro tips and tricks.
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Learn how to import photos and videos from a digital camera or SD Card to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch using Apple camera adapters. If you have an iPhone 5 or later, it needs iOS 9. If you have an iPod touch or iPhone 4s, it needs iOS 9. You can't export content to an SD card or digital camera. Apple camera adapters can import multiple types of media files from your digital camera or SD card. You might not be able to import content that was renamed, edited, or copied to the digital camera or SD card.
How to Import Video From an SD Card to Your iPad or iPhone
Unlike Android devices that have an in-built ability to add and increase storage capability by using microSD cards, iPhone and iPad require an adapter to import your data that includes photos as well as videos. But when the iPad SD card reader not working, you may get frustrated. But don't worry!
One disadvantage of the iPad is the lack of an easy way to expand your storage. The iPad doesn't support microSD cards, and without a USB port or a universal file system , you can't plug in a flash drive. In the early days, 16 GB was a lot of storage, especially if you didn't need your entire movie collection on the iPad, but as the iPad gets more powerful, the apps get bigger. Here are some tips to create more storage on your iPad. You can't expand the storage on your iPad for apps, but you can for almost everything else, which should leave plenty of room for apps.