Top 3 Ways to Transfer Music from Old iPhone to New iPhone 8/8 Plus

When you get a new iPhone 8/8 Plus and want to import music from iPhone to iPhone, this article here introduced three quick and simple ways to help you transfer music from old iPhone 7/7Plus/6s/6/5s/5 to new iPhone 8.

Way 1: One Click to Transfer All Music from Old iPhone to iPhone 8

Want to get the music from the old iPhone and keep the current data on the new iPhone11/11 Pro at the same time or you want to transfer a large quantity of music files from old iPhone to new iPhone 8/8 Plus in a short time? The simplest way to do it just a flick of your finger by using Mobile Trans to send music from iPhone to iPhone without any restrictions.

  • Run this phone transfer tool after installing it on your computer, then choose "Phone Transfer".

    phone transfer
  • Get your old iPhone and iPhone 8 connected to it using a lightning cable. Select the old iPhone under the source device and your new iPhone as the target. Next, select the files types you want to transfer on the middle column. Then, click "Start" to begin.

    phone to phone
  • This phone transfer tool will cost a few minutes to replica data to the new iPhone. Once the data transfer completed, check the data whether it is in the new iPhone 8.

    successfully transfer

Way 2: Transfer Music from Old iPhone to New iPhone 8/8 Plus via iTunes

This way contains two big steps, one is to make a backup of your previous iOS device via iTunes and the other is to restore the backup to your new iPhone 8/8 Plus.

  • Make a backup of your previous iOS device via iTunes. Connect your old device to your computer. Open iTunes on your computer and select your device. Click Back Up Now.

    make a backup via itunes
  • Restore the backup to your new iPhone 8/8 Plus. Connect your new iPhone to the same computer. Open iTunes on your computer and select your device. Select Restore Backup and make sure that you choose the correct backup.

    make a backup via itunes

Note: How to Free Backup without iTunes.

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Way 3: Sync Music from Old iPhone to New iPhone 8/8 Plus with Airdrop

Airdrop is a tool on the phone to share your music, photos, videos, locations, and more with other Apple devices nearby. Here are the detailed operation steps to use Airdrop to transfer music to iPhone without iTunes.

  • Launch Control Center by swiping up from the bottom bezel of your iPhone, turn on Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and then AirDrop on both iPhones.
  • You have three options "Receiving Off", "Contacts Only", and "Everyone". Please note you should choose Everyone so that all nearby iOS devices using AirDrop can see your device.

    choose everyone option to be seen by all nearby iOS devices using AirDrop
  • Open Music app, tap "Songs" and click "Share" icon.

    choose everyone option to be seen by all nearby iOS devices using AirDrop
  • Tap on "More (…)" icon at the bottom of the iPhone screen, select "Share Song".

    tap one more and select share song.
  • Click the iPhone icon that is the person you want to copy songs to. On the new iPhone, you'll see an alert, tap Accept to copy songs from iPhone to iPhone 8/8 Plus.

     tap Accept to copy songs from iphone to iphone 8

Note:

AirDrop can just share music from iPhone to iPhone one by one . Therefore, it may take quite a long time to transfer a lot of music between the two devices. Please put both iPhones in good Wi-Fi network connection if possible.

If you have any further question on how to transfer music from iPhone to iPhone, or have any problem when using Mobile Trans, just feel free to contact our Support Team, usually, you will get a response within 24 hours on weekdays.

  Updated on 2020-01-18 / Update for  iOS File Transfer

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