Just get a new iPad Pro and want to send some photos from your iPhone to it? Get 3 easy methods in this guide.
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"Hello. I recently got an iPad Air 64GB and I'd like to free up some space on my 32GB iPhone 5 on which I take many photos. I have around 4500 photos on my iPhone that is about 15GB. So you can understand why I'd like to move it all to my iPad."
-- Asked by British on Yahoo Answers
That's true when we get a new iPad like an iPad Pro with 12.9-inch screen and 2732 x 2048 (264 ppi) resolution, we'd like to send some photos from iPhone to it. Apple has made it easy to sync photos from iPhone to iPad with Photo Stream or iCloud Photo Library, however, the photos are synced between the devices, delete from 1 & it is reflected on the other.
To learn how to send iPhone pictures to iPad via Photo Stream or iCloud Photo Library, you can refer to this quick guide.
To give you some alternative options, this quick tutorial describes another three easy methods to send pictures from iPhone to iPad. Keep reading to grab the solutions.
If AirDrop is available on both your iPhone and iPad (iOS 7 on iPhone 5/iPad 4 and later), it will be easy to send single pictures from iPhone to iPad. Firstly, you need to enable AirDrop on both your iPhone and iPad, and the steps are identical.
Step 1. Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to open the Control Center.
Step 2. Tap on AirDrop and select Everyone.
Step 3. On your iPhone, open the Photos app and select the photo you want to send to your iPad, and tap the share button. Tap the name of your iPad.
Step 4.On your iPad, you will see a pop-up window. Tap Accept.
If you have the Mail app configured on both your iPhne and iPad, you can send about 5 photos from iPhone to iPad as an email attachment.
Step 1. Open the Photos app on your iPhone, and choose the photos you want to send to iPad.
Step 2. Then tap the Share" button > Select Mail, enter the email address used by the iPad > Tap Send to send the mail.
Step 3. On your iPad, open the Mail app, and tap and hold on the photo to save the photos to the iPad.
If you need to send a large number of pictures from iPhone to iPad, the above two methods may not meet your needs. To give you more control on iPhone photo management is what PrimoPhoto made for.
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Step 1. Open PrimoPhoto, and connect your iPhone and iPad to computer.
Step 2. Go to the main page of your iPhone, and in the Export section, choose photos from Camera Roll, Photo Library or Albums.
Step 3. Click export and choose your iPad to send photos from iPhone to it.
Fiona Wang Member of @PrimoSync team as well as an Apple fan, love to help more users solve various types of Apple related issues by writing iOS-how-to tutorials.