Thank you for the reply AngelArs,
I think you are missing the point I am making/asking.
I am interested in, can your iPad substain the written speeds you quote.
Without a test no data relevent here, it is just what is written on the tin.
In this case the 440 MB/s is not what the iPad can write to this disk unless you try and share information.
I doubt the iPad could write at this speed, prove me wrong
I am interested in an increase of speed write, but nothing more than a write read speed of 80 megs.
I have not found anything in OS IOS for iPad that can do anything near this speed.
Quote by Apple iPad Pro lightning port 12.9 = USB 3 speed.
Rob says no it is not, read yes, write no way maybe 6.7 megs at a push.
The link you provided thank you, issues are how to connect these to a iPad Pro environment and achieve these speeds that they quote.
Or if I can only obtain a max write speed for an iPad Pro it would be ?
That is the sort of data I am after, bit like my car does 70 miles to the gallon, well that is what the man in shop who sold the car to me said.
Here is another example of WD my Cloud with a USB 64 Gig plugged into the back of the WD drive.
See the time for data transfer and the size. (no iPad is involved just laptop and WD)