As great as the iPhone is, there are still some complaints users have that Apple seems unwilling to address. Battery life is one, but no expandable memory support might be at the top of the list. It makes sense from a business standpoint since Apple makes a killing by selling higher margin 64GB and 128GB iPhones, but adding a microSD card slot would definitely make a lot of users happy.
It’s doubtful iPhones will ever support memory cards, but guess what: you can already add expandable memory to any iPhone. Amazon sells a number of flash drives with Lightning connectors and they’ll let you save videos, photos and more so you don’t have to clutter up your iPhone’s internal storage. You can even store music on them and play it on your phone. More →