When you’ve got a shiny brand new iPhone X/10/8/8 Plus, but want to move your pictures from your old iPhone 7/7 Plus/6s/6s Plus/6/6 Plus to this new one. What could you do? We have been asked about this a lot, so in this post we’re going to outline a couple of simple yet useful solutions to help you transfer photos from one iPhone to another one without iTunes and iCloud.
The simplest way to copy pictures from iPhone to iPhone is using Airdrop. AirDrop enables you wirelessly transfer any kind of file — photos, videos, contacts, and even Map locations — from one iOS device to another. Here’s how:
Firstly, launch Control Center from the bottom of the screen, and turn on AirDrop . Then hit AirDrop to set the receiving option to Everyone.
Next, click on the Photos app and select the picture you want to transfer.
After selected, tap on the Share button at the lower right corner.
Then, choose the iPhone device that you want to transfer pictures to. What’s more, you can choose multiple pictures to transfer simultaneously.
On the other iPhone, choose to Accept on the pop-up window asks for receiving AirDrop pictures.
If you want to transfer large files, here I would like to introduce a fantastic iOS data transfer tool without size limit—Tenorshare Phone to Phone Transfer, it is a PC/Mac based program that is designed to transfer photos from old iPhone to new iPhone/iPad/iPod touch. With it, you can clone everything from old phone to a new one, or selectively copy Contacts, Photos, Notes, etc. from iPhone to any iOS devices even without iTunes. Now let’s see how it works:
First of all, please make sure you have Tenorshare Phone to Phone Transfer downloaded and installed on your computer.
Launch Tenorshare Phone to Phone Transfer, and connect your iPhone and iPad to computer. Once Tenorshare Phone to Phone Transfer detects your devices, click Next to proceed.
Select Photos from the left pane and click Start Transfer to transfer photos to the target iPhone.
Then you will find the transferred photos appear on your target iPhone with only 2 steps.
This method also happens to be a great way to backup photos without having to consume additional iCloud space.
That’s all about how to move pictures from iPhone to iPhone without iTunes, as for other data (music, contacts, message and etc.)transfer, the steps are similar.comments powered by Disqus