How to Send iPhone Photos to iPad in 3 Ways
How to send photos from iPhone to iPad? If you are searching for the way to send pictures from iPhone to iPad, here are 3 solutions. Now read on this guide to know how to quickly send photos from iPhone to iPad.
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Q: "I just got my pretty birthday gift from my parents- a new iPhone 6 Plus! It's wonderful, and I took many photos with it on my birthday party. Here comes the question, how do I send Photos from my iPhone to my iPad? Because I want to keep the precious photos on all my devices and computer. This is my first iPhone, and I do appreciate the suggestions!"
The 4.7 inches iPhone 6 and 5.5 inches iPhone 6 Plus is recognized as the biggest release of iPhone. With the bigger screen, people are more fascinated in taking wonderful pictures with the brand-new big iPhone anywhere and anytime. And there is always the possibility that you would like to send the photos from your iPhone to the iPad. So in this post, we will provide you three simple and smart ways, including one iPhone to iPad transfer tool, to send pics from iPhone to iPad. Follow the steps below.
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Method 1. How to Send Photos from iPhone to iPad Using AirDrop
One of the easiest ways to send photos from an iPhone to an iPad is to use Apple's AirDrop service. It requires OS 7 on the iPhone 5 or later or the iPad 4 or later.
Step 1. Open Control Centre by swiping upwards on your iPhone. Tap on AirDrop > Everyone. Now do the same on your iPad.
Step 2. Now open the Photos app and find the photos you want to send to iPad. Click the sharing button (the square with an arrow coming out of it), click the icon for your contact in the AirDrop field.
Step 3. The name of your iPad should appear in the Tap To Share with AirDrop section. On the iPad tap on Accept to send the pics from the iPhone to the iPad.
How to Send Photos from iPhone to iPad Using AirDrop
Method 2. How to Send Photos from iPhone to iPad Using Photo Stream
Photo Stream is part of Apple's iCloud service and it is also a smart and quick way to share your photos across all your iOS devices. Photo Stream does great job on transferring photos if both devices are connected to the same Apple ID and iCloud account, connected to Wi-Fi or 3G/4G, photos can be shareed seamlessly.
Step 1. Make sure that iCloud is enabled on both devices: Go to Settings > iCloud. Photo Stream automatically sends photos to all the devices that are listed on your iCloud account.
Step 2. Go to Settings from your iPhone > Scroll down to Photos & Camera > Toggle "My Photo Stream" to the On position. Do the same with your iPad.
Step 3. Open Photos on the iPad and tap on Albums and My Photo Stream. All the pictures you have recently captured on the iPhone, or added to your iPhoto library on your Mac, should appear in here.
How to Send Photos from iPhone to iPad Using Photo Stream
Note: If you are using an iPhone 4s or iPad 4 earlier, AirDrop will not support your device. Or if the Wi-Fi or 3G/4G are not available, you will be unable to send pics using Photo Stream. Luckily, there is still the way to send your photos from iPhone to iPad - with the help of AnyTrans. In addition, it is compatible with all the iPhones, iPad and iPod, including the old iPhone 4 and the brand-new iPhone 6. Read on the third method to make it.
Method 3. How to Send Photos from iPhone to iPad Using AnyTrans
AnyTrans is an all-in-one iOS content management utility that allows you to transfer pictures from iPhone to iPad, to iTunes and to computer, and vice versa. Besides photos, it also supports on transferring videos, music, contacts, messages, notes, calendar, books and more to the computer. And the unique iCloud management feature gives you the access the iCloud backup, including photos and videos, and you can even download the iCloud photos and videos to the computer as you want.
Step 1. Download and install AnyTrans on your computer, and connect your iPhone and iPad to it via the USB cables.
Step 2. Launch AnyTrans > Select your iPhone on the homepage > Click the Photos option > Choose the photos you want to send to your iPad from the Camera Roll/Photo Stream/Photo Share/ Album.
How to Send Photos from iPhone to iPad Using AnyTrans
Step 3. Click the To Device button to send photos from your iPhone to your iPad.
How to Send Photos from iPhone to iPad Using AnyTrans
The Bottom Line
After reading the above three methods on how to send photos from iPhone to iPad, you will find that AnyTrans is easier to use without the limitation of network or device mode. No matter which idevice you are on, no matter the net work is available or not, AnyTrans could send your pics to anywhere you like. Have a Try on It Now!
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