Review: SanDisk iXpand Base is an effortless way to backup your phone

Does anyone else remember back when you would get a new cell phone and you basically lost all your contacts and pictures? I don't think anyone misses that experience. While iCloud is a great option for backing up your device, it has its limitations, and it isn't for everyone. The SanDisk iXpand Base is an offline, and effortless way to backup your photos, videos, contacts to prevent you from ever ending up like 1999 again.

Will iPhone 7 bring a new 256GB model to the mix?

MyDrivers, a Chinese-language outlet, recently posted a sketchy rumor claiming that Apple's next smartphone refresh includes an all-new 256GB model as an iPhone 7 Plus exclusive.

Today, Italian-language HDblog posted a picture of a 256GB NAND flash memory produced by US-based SanDisk Corporation which could give Apple the option of introducing a 256GB iPhone model.

SanDisk unveils Lightning-enabled flash drive for iOS devices

SanDisk, an American maker of flash memory storage solutions, on Thursday announced an external flash drive that connects to iPhones and iPads via Apple's proprietary Lightning port. The iXpand Flash Drive along with an accompanying iOS app makes it easy to transfer media and documents between an iOS device and a computer through a USB port.

Available in 16 and 64-gigabyte varieties for $59.99 and $119.99, respectively, the accessory is now available through the SanDisk webstore. The $79.99 32-gigabyte edition will be offered exclusively at Best Buy starting Sunday, November 16.

Latest technical drawings hint at 128GB iPhone 6

If purported iPhone 6 schematics that leaked out of China Thursday are anything to go by, there may be truth to the rumor that the next iPhone(s) will double storage capacity by introducing a new model with 128 gigabytes of NAND flash storage.

The rumor first appeared two months ago, suggesting that Apple would keep the 128GB option exclusive to the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 model along with other premium features (and possibly a premium pricing).

This time around, there's some hard (dubious?) evidence to back up the claim...