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How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to iPad

-- Monday, February 17, 2014
As many iOS users have surfing the Internet for the solution of transferring photos from their iPhone to iPad so that they can appreciate their meaningful pictures that they take while going out on vocation with their families, sweetheart or their friends on iPad, there also comes some third-party program to help you copy iPhone 7/SE/6s/6s Plus photos to your iPad Pro/Air 2/mini 4, Phone Transfer included. However, unlike other transferring software that requires you to backup and delete all the data in your iPad before transferring, Phone Transfer is easier to operate that you only need three steps to transfer data including photos that you want to transfer to your iPad without difficulties.

Phone Transfer is an outstanding and efficient program that designed to meet the iOS users need of transferring iPhone photos to their iPad. Not only photos, but also contacts, videos, call logs, music and apps are transferrable for iOS users no matter they use iOS 10/9/8 or the previous ones. The steps to operate this software are also simple that you merely need to download it on your computer and connect your iPhone and iPad to the computer. Then, you can choose the data that you want to transfer and finish transferring with only one click.

It is attractive, isn't it? To experience how this outstanding software works, you can download Phone Transfer on your computer and read the instruction below:

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Now, the article will be divided into two parts:

Part 1: Sync iPhone Photos with iCloud

As most iOS users will know, once you take photos with your iPhone, these photos will be uploaded to the Photo Stream. So long as you keep Photo Stream on your iPad Pro/Air 2/mini 4 on, the photos on your iPhone will also be displayed on your iPad. You can sync your iPhone photos to your iPad with iCloud if you follow the guidance below:
Tap "Setting" > "iCloud" >"Photos" > "My Photo Stream"  on your iPhone and iPad. Then, you can use Photo Stream to switch photos between iPhone and iPad.

Part 2: Transfer iPhone Photos to iPad with Phone Transfer

There is also another way for you to transfer iPhone photos to your iPad — to transfer with the help of Phone Transfer. What you need is to download Phone Transfer on your computer. Then, keep on reading the tutorial below:

Step 1 Connect the iPhone and iPad to the Computer via USB Cable
To have your phones detected by the program, connect your iPhone and iPad to the computer via USB cable. Then, you will see the window below. Tick off "Clear data before copy" when you want to remove all photos on the iPad to save the photos from your iPhone.
Note: If you want to transfer iPad Pro/Air 2/mini 4 data to iPhone SE/6s/6s Plus/6/6 Plus, you can click "Flip" to set iPad as the source device and the iPhone for the destination one.

Copy Pictures from iPhone to iPad

Step 2. Copy Photos from iPhone SE/6s/6s Plus to iPad Pro/Air/mini
As you can see in the interface, not only photos, but also videos, music, contacts, text messages and apps are transferrable with Phone Transfer. After you choose all the pictures that you want to transfer, click "Start Copy" and the program will help you transfer all the images that you want from your iPhone to iPad within little time. After the transferring progress completes, click "OK". And you can enjoy your iPhone photos on your iPad at ease.

iPhone Photos to iPad Transfer

That's it. Compared with syncing iPhone photos with iCloud, to transfer photos from iPhone to iPad with Phone Transfer is easier to operate and it is risk free. After complying with the simple instruction above, you have your iPhone SE/6s/6s Plus/6/6 Plus photos transferred to your iPad Pro/Air 2/mini 4. Why not downloading Phone Transfer on your computer and try it by yourself? It is not complex at all. You will find it worth recommending if your friends have faced the same problem as you.

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Ivy Bruce

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