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How to Transfer Photo from iPhone to iPad

2013-08-15 10:28:35 / Posted by to How to iPhone
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Are you searching for a more convenient way to move photos in iPhone to iPad? With iPad, you can scan photos more enjoyable because of its bigger screen. However, it's not easy to do that. You need a professional photo transfer to help you.
Mobile Transfer is a third party tool to transfer files between iPhone and iPad with only one click. If you are an Android or Symbian user, the apps also supports. If you ware Mac user, you can turn to iOS Transfer (Mac) for help.
Get a trial version from here and try.
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Simple Guide: How to Copy Photos from iPhone to iPad?

If you have downloaded the apps, please follow the steps below. It's so effortlessly to transfer.
• Step 1: Install and launch the program
Download the apps onto your computer. Install and launch it. This is the primary window.

• Step 2: Connect iPhone and iPad with computer
Connect iPhone and iPad with your computer via two USB cables. The apps will detect your devices automatically to bring up the interface the same as below. Source is the device you want to export files from. Destination is the device you would like to import to. You can also change source and destination by clicking "Flip".

• Step 3: Transfer photos from iPhone to iPad
On the above window, tick off "Photos" and then the button "Start Copy". Well, photos start to be moved from iPhone to iPad immediately.

Perfect! You could copy music, videos and SMS and others as well with Mobile Transfer. It supports all models of iPhone and iPad. Get a version from below icon.

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