29 Sep, 2008   |   Author:



The question is, why has Apple disabled disk use this time round? All of the iPods, excepting the iPod touch, can make use of the extra disk space to carry files along. Why not allow the iPhone and iPod touch duo to carry some spare files?

While we will definitely not know the real reason for the exclusion of the multi-touch lineup from the disk use party, we can only speculate.[…]

However […] there’s DiskAid. It’s a third party application that allows you to transfer files to and from your iPhone or iPod Touch. In my tests, it worked perfectly and required no setup at all. The USB cable provides for a fast transfer.

SmokingApples DiskAid enables disk use on iPhone. But do we need it?