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by Lena on Jan. 22, 2016 | NO COMMENT

How to Transfer Photos from iPad to iPad

Want to transfer photos from old iPad to new iPad but do not know how? Read this guide to get the easiest method.

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Recently, you have bought yourself a new iPad like iPad mini 4 or iPad Pro to get rid of your old generation iPad. For you who like to take photos with iPad, the first problem comes to you is transferring the treasured photos from old iPad to the new one. As is known to all, it is not easy to transfer data between two iDevices directly.

You can use iTunes to backup the old iPad and connect the new iPad to iTunes and select "backup content to this device". Or you can use iCloud to transfer photos if you have enough storage space. These two methods are both quite troublesome. Is there any other method that can help transfer photos from iPad to iPad directly? The answer is definitely Yes! PrimoPhoto will meet all you needs in managing your iPad photos:

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Transfer Photos from iPad to iPad with PrimoPhoto

Step 1. Open PrimoPhoto > Connect your two iPads to computer.

Step 2. Go to the homepage of old iPad > Click on Import to Device.

Step 3. Select the photos you need in Camera Roll, Photo Library or Albums > Click on Export.

Transfer Photos from iPad to iPad with PrimoPhoto

Transfer Photos from iPad to iPad with PrimoPhoto

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According to different situations, we should use different methods to deal with. Here are some other transferring methods that may help you:

1. Use AirDrop to share photos between two iPads if you have a few images to transfer.

2. Use Photo Stream to share new photos between two iPads with the same Apple ID.

3. Use some online Cloud Storage like Google Drive, SkyLive or Dropbox.

4. Use Gmail, Hotmail or Yahoo to send an email with a photo attachment.


Lena Member of @PrimoSync team, an Apple fan as well as an anime lover. Like to share solutions on Apple related problems.

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