Using External Drives With Your Mobile Device
Connect your external drive to your iPhone or iPad using the Lightning or USB-C port. Tap on the Files app on your mobile device. On the iPhone, you'll need to tap Browse in the app. Select the name of your drive on the left side of the app.
Here's how to get it done. The iPad Pro and the new iPad Air 4 both have USB-C ports which make connecting external drives and accessories easier than ever. Other iPads still use Lightning connectors, but using the right dongle can get your external storage connected too.
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With iPad Pro 12.9-inch (5th generation) or iPad Pro 11-inch (3rd generation), you can connect multiple USB drives and other Thunderbolt devices to each other, then connect the chain of devices to the charging port on your iPad.
Answer: A: To be recognised by iPadOS, the attached USB storage device must be formatted to FAT, FAT32, exFAT, APFS or HFS+ with a single partition. APFS and HFS+ are Apple proprietary - limiting the computer systems to which the storage device can be used.
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Connecting an external hard drive to your iPhone or iPad
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Moisture, drops, and computer viruses can cause catastrophic damage to your computer that can destroy your hard drive. You could also lose all your computer data if your computer gets stolen. That's why it's important to have a backup stored on an external hard drive.
Answer: A USB hard drive is an external hard drive that connects via USB. It uses the same design as an internal hard drive, except comes in an external casing that protects the drive. The case also includes a USB interface, which allows you to connect the drive to your USB port using a USB cable.