Posted by Aimee , Jul 11, 2017
Thanks to the top-of-the-line camera system of iPhone, we can take pictures anytime and whevever we want. In other words, photo shooting has become a daily routine for most of the mobile users. Sometimes we also want to transfer pictures from iPhone to iPad so that we can make a copy of those photos. In addition, we can also view and share all the precious photos on a bigger screen. So how to transfer photos from iPhone to iPad becomes a very hot topic among the users. In fact, we have multiple ways to move iPhone images to iPad, which will be introduced in the following post.
RecoveryTool Phone Transfer does great in transferring data including photos, music, videos, contacts and others in the easiest and fastest way. The following guidance will introduce this method if you aren’t sure about how to do it.
Step 1: Firstly, please download and install Phone Transfer on your PC. Then launch it so that you can see the primary window of this program.
Step 2: Get both your iPhone and iPad connected to your PC. Please check carefully that your PC can recognize them correctly, or they won't be successfully detected by Phone Transfer.
Step 3: Now click "Phone to Phone Transfer". To transfer photos from iPhone to iPad, you need to set iPhone as "Source" while your iPad as "Destination". If not, you can change their places by clicking "Flip".
Step 4: Lastly you need to click "Photos" and tap on "Start Copy". Then just sit and wait, normally the copying process will take some minutes to be done.
Step 1: First of all, open the Photo app on your iPhone and select five pictures as email attachment, then tap on the "Share" button.
Step 2: Next, tap on the "Mail" option. This will open a new screen allowing you to compose the mail message. Then you need to enter your own email address as the recipient to send your message.
Step 3: Once the message is sent, just open your mail on your iPad. Then you can check the attached pictures, open them and select "Save Image" to save them to your iPad's storage.
So, these two methods are helpful for transferring photos from iPhone to iPad. If you've got tons of pictures to move, maybe Phone Transfer is the best choice. Or if there are only a few images needs to be sent, you can choose to complete this task via your Email.