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How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to iPad

There are mainly two reasons why you want to transfer photos from iPhone to iPad. One is iPhone is used and taken along with you and iPad is used for family at home. When you take photos with your iPhone and want to share photos with your families and view photos in bigger screen, you need to send photos from iPhone to iPad. The other is you take a lot of photos in your iPhone and your iPhone is run out of space. You need to copy photos from iPhone to iPad and delete the photos on your iPhone to make much space for taking more photos. Of course, you may have other reasons to do this. In this article, we introduce the easiest way to transfer photos from iPhone to iPad with iPhone Transfer.

iPhone Transfer can connect your iPhone and iPad at the same time and copy photos from iPhone to iPad easily without wiping photos already in your iPad. It can also transfer videos, music, contacts, text messages, playlist among iPhone, iPad and computer.

Step 1. Connect iPhone and iPad

Run this transfer software and connect both of your iPhone and iPad to your computer. iPhone Transfer will detect the devices and load them to the interface.

connect iPhone and iPad

Step 2. Choose Photos from iPhone

Choose your iPhone on the left menu of the interface. You can easily find all your iPhone photos in the “Photos” section. You can easily double click the photos to preview them. Select all the photos you want to transfer from iPhone to iPad.

Step 3. Transfer Photos from iPhone to iPad

Once you select all the photos you want to transfer from your iPhone, click the drop-down list of the “Export to” option on the top of the interface. You can easily choose the name of your iPad. All the selected photos will be transferred to from iPhone to iPad.

export to ipad

Once it finishes transferring photos from iPhone to iPad, you will find all the photos in your iPad. So if you don’t want to keep the photos on your iPhone, you can easily delete them to make much space on your iPhone. Now it’s the family time to enjoy your photos in the big screen of your iPad and share the stories behind the photos.