2015/07/15

How to Transfer Data from Old iPod to New iPod

Apple will release a new version of iPod touch

The new iPod touch will remain more consistent design with iPod touch 5, and the processor, memory and camera modules will be improved.
Careful users recently discovered new clues in the new iPod iTunes, and now the latest news from the media, said Apple may soon release a new iPod touch.



It is understood that the new iPod touch, iPod nano and iPod shuffle models were n102, n31a and n12d (their current model for the n78, n31 and n12b), but as to when it will be specific for each product listing is not yet clear .

It is worth mentioning that Apple released the iPod touch 5 a distance has been five years, and 32 A5 processor used also outdated, but the apple to return to the portable player market, perhaps out of two considerations. One is Apple Music business and the acquisition of Beats Apple in hardware and software for streaming media market has a better music to control, and the second is in accordance with Apple's current technological strength, before the resurrection of the death penalty was declared the iPod product line is actually not difficult.

If nothing else, then, the new iPod touch will remain and the fifth generation of a more consistent design, and the processor, memory and camera modules will be improved, but it is somewhat unfortunately, iPod nano and iPod shuffle seemed to upgrade the hardware side is not large, it may just added a new color. But having said that, the rumors just rumors, in the end will define the new iPod series portable player again, let us wait and see!

How to Transfer Data from Old iPod to New iPod

Have an old iPod and you are planning on getting a new iPod touch since you got good grades. But you don't want to re-purchase your songs over again. Then how to transfer music, photos, video, calendar, contacts, iMessages and other data from old iPod to new iPod?

If everything on your source iPod have been already stored in iTunes Library, you need to do nothing but connect the new iPod to computer and let iTunes sync whatever content you desire. Otherwise, you have to copy everything from the source iPod to the iTunes Library first. However, iTunes is a one-way iPod manager, which just lets you transfer purchased files from iPod to iTunes. In this case, you’d better turn to a third-party tool for help.

The iPod Data Transfer or iPod Data Transfer for Mac is the right one for you to all photos, music, playlists, Podcasts, iTunes U, TV Shows, Movies, contacts, calendar and iMessages from iPod to iPod, no matter whether these files are purchased or not. Free download a trial version below and try transfer your data.


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Before syncing your data, the below 2 things you should know:
1. Contacts in the accounts: Would like to copy contacts in accounts from iPod to iPod? You need to log into these accounts on the source iPod before transfer.
2. Install iTunes: iTunes ought to be installed to let the Wondershare MobileTrans work normally.

Step 1. Connect your iPod devices and choose a transfer mode

Install the software after downloading, then launch it on your computer. To transfer files from iPod to iPod, you can click Phone to Phone Transfer to enter the iPod to iPod transfer window.

Then enter the Phone to Phone Transfer window, please connect both of your iPods to computer by using theirs USB cables. The program will detect them automatically. Then, your iPods will appear in its window.



Step 2. Sync Contacts, Calendar, Photos, Video, iMessages and Music from Old iPod to New iPad

Preview the files one by one to make sure what you're going to transfer. If the target iPod has saved many files you want to delete, you can tick Clear data before copy to erase all the data. Then, click Start Copy to start the iPod to iPod transfer. Please no not let both iPod disconnected during the whole transfer process.



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