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How to Transfer Photos from an iPhone to an iPad via iCloud

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Folks, do you own an iPhone and want to transfer/sync your Photos to another iDevice?. Using iCloud, you can transfer your photos to another iDevice, especially an iPad. This post will explain the processes involved.

It is a pretty easy process, all you have to do is to follow the steps gradually and carefully.

Open your iPhone’s Settings

It is a gray app that contains gears (⚙) and is located on your home screen.

Input your Apple ID

It’s in the Settings menu that contains your name and image if you’ve added one.

  • If you are not signed in, select Sign in to (Your Device), input your Apple ID and password, then tap Sign In.
  • If you are running any old version of iOS, you may not have to do this step.

Tap iCloud

It’s in the second segment of the menu.

Tap Photos

It’s close to the top of the “APPS USING ICLOUD” section.

Slide “iCloud Photo Library” to the “On” position

This will turn green. Photos taken on your iPhone, as well as photos in your Camera Roll, will then be saved to iCloud.

  • If you’ll like to save storage space on your iPhone, tap Optimize iPhone Storage to save smaller versions of photos on your device.

Slide “Upload to My Photo Stream” On

All new photos taken with your iPhone will now sync to all the devices you’ve signed in with your Apple ID. This’ll happen when they’re connected to Wi-Fi.

Open your iPad’s Settings

It’s a grey app that contains gears (⚙) located on your home screen.

Input your Apple ID

It’s at the top section of the Settings menu.
  • If you are not signed in, select Sign in to (Your Device), input your Apple ID and password. Then tap Sign In.
  • If you are running an old version of iOS, you may not have to do this step.

Tap iCloud

It’s in the second segment of the menu.

Tap Photos

It’s close to the top of the “APPS USING ICLOUD” section.

Slide “iCloud Photo Library” On

This will turn green.

Press the Home button

This is the round button on the face of your iPad, below its screen.

Open the Photos app

It’s the white app with a multi-colored flower icon.

Tap Albums

Find it at the bottom of the screen.

Tap All Photos

It’ll likely be in the upper-left corner. After both your iPhone and iPad have synced with iCloud, all the photos from your iPhone will appear in this folder.

Like I said earlier, it’s a pretty easy process. Make use of the comment box for questions.

Precious Okafor

I am Precious Okafor (White Angelis) a passionate entrepreneur and digital marketer.

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