2014/06/10

How to Transfer Data from Old iPhone to iPhone 6

Apple iPhone 6
If you've just upgraded to a new iPhone 6 from an older generation iPhone, or planning to buy the new iPhone 6  transferring your data including contacts, messages, music, photos, apps and more couldn't be any easier if you've been good about creating backups in iTunes or in Phone to Phone Transfer. You can even transfer data from one iPhone to  another directly. Both make it incredibly easy for you to get the data from your old iPhone onto your new one with little effort on your part. Following, we will tell you two simple ways to directly transfer your data from iPhone to iPhone  with a click.

Part 1. Transfer Data Between with the Phone to Phone Transfer

Phone to Phone Transfer is an all-in-one data transfer tool can directly transfer contacts, messages, music, video,  photos, apps and more from iPhone to iPhone, iPhone to PC, PC to iPhone, synchronize your iPhone with any iDevices like  iPad and iPod effectively.


Download Mac Version       Download Mac Version

Step 1. Launch the program and connect both of your iPhones to computer

Install Phone to Phone Transfer on your computer and launch it. If you don’t have iTunes on the computer, you will be  asked to install it. Then click the Start under the Phone to Phone Transfer.
After you get the primary interface, please connect both of your iPhones to the computer via USB cables.


launch the Phone to Phone Transfer tool

Step 2. Select and start copy content from Android to iPhone

After your phones are detected by the program, you will see them show up in the window. Make sure they’re put on the  right places, or you can click on “Flip” to exchange their positions. 

Now you have to select content to copy in the middle column, where you can check or uncheck the content to decide what  you want to switch and what you don’t. Then click on “Start Copy” to begin data transferring.


transfer data from old iPhone to iPhone 6

Tips: Phone to Phone Transfer is an all-round data transfer tool, not only allows you to transfer data between iDevices, but also have the ability to transfer data between Android, iDevices, Symbian and even BlackBerry. In addition, if you are planning to resell, donate or recycle your iPhone or Android device, you can use Phone to Phone Transfer to permanent delete all data from your device with a click.



Erase all data on iPhone Android permanently

Part 2. Transfer Data Between with the iPhone Data Manager

iPhone Data Manager is a reliable and professional data management tool that allows you to sync your iPhone, iPad, iPod  to PC/iTunes and vice versa, manage/edit/import/output any data you want on PC, and directly transfer transfer your  files, including contacts, songs, photos, and movies from an iPhone to another iPhone, as well as other iDevices.


Download Mac Version     Download Mac Version

Step 1: Get iPhone Data Manager installation file and install it on PC. It works well on PC running in Windows 8, Windows  7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP. After installing it, launch it right away.


Launch the iPhone Data Manager

Step 2: Connect two iPhones with PC via 2 USB cables. The first time you connecting iPhone, it may take a few seconds for  iPhone Data Manager to recognize your iPhones. The moment it detects them, it will display them on the left side of the  window.

Step 3: Click the triangle under the iPhone that you want to transfer data from to reveal all the data categories: Media,  Playlist, Photos, Contacts, etc. Media category contains music, videos, Podcasts, iTunes U, etc. Now all you need to do is to choose what the data you want, then click "Export to (another iPhone's name)" from the "Export to" drop-down list respectively.


Sync data between two iPhones

This is how to transfer data (music, videos, photos, playlists, contacts) from iPhone to iPhone. My suggestion is when  you trying to transfer songs, videos, and photos to another iPhone, you can put them to computer or iTunes Library first  for convenience of future sync between iTunes with the new iPhone.

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