Posted by Aimee , Jun 26, 2017
"Help! I'm planning to buy the new iPhone 7 and wondering if anyone can suggest an easy way to transfer all my contacts and calendar entries to the iPhone? You know what, I have over 2000 contacts in my Nokia 9300. Is there any software which is compatible with both Symbian and iPhone? Thanks?"
Well! All you need is a professional phone to phone transfer tool which can help you transfer your contacts from Symbian to iOS devices like iPhone, iPad and iPod. Phone Transfer is exactly what you need, with which you can directly move your Symbian contacts to iOS fast and safely. It's easy to use and fully compatible with Symbian Nokia and iOS devices. Moreover, you can even use it to transfer SMS, photos, videos, music, apps and call logs between Symbian and iOS.
For more detailed tutorials, please follow the guidance below to check it out.
Step 1: Download and Run Phone Transfer
To begin with, please install and run this program on your PC. After it, you can see the primary window as below. Then click "Phone to Phone Transfer". Before you go ahead, please make sure you have installed iTunes on your PC previously.
Step 2: Plug Symbian phone and iOS device to the same PC
Once you enter the primary window, you need to connect your both phones to your PC at the same time. Then this program will detect your devices automatically and your devices will be displayed on the interface of the window.
Please pay attention to the select box "Clear data before copy" under the Destination phone. You can tick it if you want to clear all contacts on your iPhone 7. Otherwise, just ignore it.
Tip: This software supports all the Nokia phones that run Symbian 40, Symbian 60. And you can change the places of phones by clicking the "Flip" button.
Step 3: Start to Copy Symbian Contacts to iOS
Please keep connect neither of your phones during the copying process. When the copying is done, click "OK".
Now you can turn to your iPhone 7 to check all the transferred contacts.
As you can see, just three steps, you can move all the data you want at one time. Mighty and handy, why not download and use Phone Transfer to transfer more data and files between Symbian and iOS now? It's really worth a try, I promise!