Apple has released a series of new phones - iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. Among all features of the new devices, the camera shooting effect arouses people's attention at the most. Apple claims that if all you care about is having a great camera, this should be excellent. So more and more Android users are attracted. After getting a new iPhone in hand, what to do with the photos taken by the old Android? Do you have the same problem like this one?
"I got my Samsung S7 in the early 2016, so I didn't change it to iPhone 7 last fall. But now I am going to purchase the iPhone 8. The problem is that I have taken and saved a lot of photos in my S7, how can I transfer them? Can anyone lend me a hand?"
Data transfer is a frequently asked question when people switch their choices. This article will give you the answer about how to transfer photos from Android to iPhone. Two easy ways are provided.
Way 1: Transfer Photos from Android to iPhone 7 (Plus), 8 (Plus), X, 6S Automatically
To sync photos quickly, Yolisoft Phone Data Transfer is suggested to you. It is an all-in-one data transfer tool for Android, iOS, Windows and Symbian users. You can easily move photos, contacts, text messages, call logs, calendar, music, videos and apps from one phone to another with it. Other than phone to phone transfer, it also gives you the option to restore and backup your device or erase your phone data. All you need to do now is to download and install this software on computer.
Step 1: Launch this tool and connect your old Android and new iPhone to computer.
Step 2: Enter "Phone to Phone Transfer" section and check if your two phones are in the desired "Source" and "Destination" place.
Step 3: Tick on "Photos" to start transfer.
Step 4: Wait for the process to complete automatically. The transferred pictures will appear on your device then.
Way 2: Transfer Gallery Pictures from Android to iPhone Manually
To move photos from your Android to your iOS device manually, you can use a computer with iTunes installed:
Connect your Android phone to computer and find photos in DCIM -> Camera.
Drag the photos you want to transfer to a folder on computer.
Disconnect Android and connect your iPhone to computer.
Open iTunes and sync your photos to iPhone. Then you will find the pictures in your iPhone photo album.
Tip: If you want to transfer photos from Android to iPhone 8, 7, X, 6S, 6, 5 without a computer, you can try Move to iOS app which is designed by the Apple Inc. However, the transfer speed might be relatively slow compared with the two ways above.