Nowadays, mobile phones are growing so fast, but that doesn’t mean that people are changing their phones so quickly. Like iPhone users, although iPhone 8 is about to be released, there are still people using phones like iPhone 4, iPhone 5S, and so on. Some people have been using iPhone for three or four years. That’s the case with my boyfriend. His iPhone 5S has been in use for more than three years, and it’s time to change the phone. He’s going to buy an iPhone 8 instead of his old iPhone 5S.
On the other hand, since our iPhone has been used for so long, it must have stored a lot of data in it. In my boyfriend’s iPhone 5S, there are lots of precious pictures. These pictures are very meaningful. So he plans to transfer the photos to the new iPhone 8. But there are so many photos, what should I do to transfer them quickly? In addition to iPhone 5S, iPhone 4S/5/5C/SE/6/6S/7/Plus users are also likely to have such needs. So, how do you transfer photos from iPhone to iPhone 8?
Here is an efficient tool named Phone Transfer, to give you a hand to transfer photos from iPhone 4S/5/5S/5C/SE/6/6S/7/Plus to iPhone 8, also including contacts, videos, text massages, call history, calendar, app data. In addition, it can also be used in Samsung, HUAWEI, ZTE, LG, OPPO, vivo, SONY and other mobile devices. Phone Transfer supports users to transfer data between different systems. To transfer data, you only need three steps, simple and quick. What’s more, your phone data is secured by a secure transfer environment.
Download and install Phone Transfer on your computer. Run it and choose “Phone to Phone Transfer” from the primary window.
To move data from iPhone 4S/5/5S/5C/SE/6/6S/7/Plus to iPhone 8, You need to prepare two USB lines to connect them. Your iPhone 4S/5/5S/5C/SE/6/6S/7/Plus is the destination one and your iPhone 8 is the source one. You can click “Flip” to set it right.
After successfully detected, all the transferable data will be displayed in the interface. If you only want to transfer photos, you can tick off the box in front of other data, then simply click “Start Transfer” to begin.
When moving photos, both of the old and new iPhones should always be connected to the computer stably.
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