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How to Transfer Music from iPhone to iPad

2014-05-05 20:57:10 / Updated by to How to iPhone
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Have you got a new iPad Mini as a gift and want to transfer music from iPhone 5 to iPad? Or would you like to share some excellent music albums with your friends? Or do you want to backup music in iPad to avoid losing them? If you are facing above problems, TransPhone is highly appreciated.
With TransPhone, you can not only copy music, but also playlist, photos, movies and ibooks and more with ease. With it, you can manage files in your iPhone 5s/5c and iPad effortlessly. Download the trial version from here.
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Simple Guidance: How to Copy Music from iPhone 5s to iPad?


In the following part, I will show you steps to transfer songs from iPhone to iPad with the help of the apps.
• Step 1: Run the apps and connect devices with computer
Install and run the program. Connect your Apple devices with computer via two USB cables. The apps will detect devices automatically. If connected successfully, the interface pops up. Contents on iPhone and iPad are on the left column, you can manage them in the window.
iPhone to iPad Transfer

• Step 2: Transfer music from iPhone 5s to iPad Air
On the left list, click "Music" to display the management window. Click the icon "Music" to check how many songs on your iPhone. Then select songs you want. Click the triangle under "To Device". In the pull-down list, choose to export to your iPad.
Transfer Music from iPhone to iPad

Good performance. Music file has been moved to your iPad. Check it now. TransPhone is fully compatible with all iPhone and iPad models. I bet you can't wait to try it. Download it from here.
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