Transfer Photos From iPhone to iPad Pro (GIF/JPEG/PNG/WEB/And More)Last Updated on November 27, 2023 by Ian McEwan
With its gorgeous new all-screen design, Face ID, scary-fast performance and wireless charging pencil.
The 2021 new iPad Pro become an incredibly powerful tool for graphic designers, it is equipped with the latest Photoshop 5.1. Sometimes you want to edit or view photos on iPad and need to use the files from your iPhone, you may need to share photos between the iOS devices. This is why you need to learn some safe and efficient methods to transfer photos from iPhone to iPad.
Below are some of the most reliable methods to help you to easily transfer photos to iPad from iPhone.
Method 1: Transfer Photos From iPhone to iPad Using MobileTrans
Supported Format: GIF/JPEG/MP4/PNG/RAW/TIFF and MoreMobileTrans is a one-of-a-kind program that performs secure transfer of data from iPhone to iPad and among other devices in one click. It supports over 7000+ devices including the latest models and Operating Systems, so it is most likely to help you with your Photo transfers.
This tool is excellent in easy and fast transfer of photos, videos, contacts, text messages, among other files from one Android or iOS device to another. It can take below three minutes to complete the process successfully.
Rest assured that the images will be transferred without quality loss. After the process, all the photos will retain their original quality. How cool is that?
MobileTrans is easy to use, safe, and reliable. You should try it now!
Steps to Transfer Photos from iPhone to iPad Pro using MobileTrans
The below steps will help you perform the transfer process easily and fast.
Step 1: Download MobileTrans and install it on your computer. It is available for Windows and Mac OS computers.
Step 2: Launch the program, and on the main screen, tick Phone Transfer, then select Phone to Phone.
Step 3: Connect both the iPad and iPhone to your computer using USB cables. Once the software has detected both devices, ensure that the destination device on the software is iPad and the source device is iPhone. In case they are misplaced, switch them using the “Flip” button.
Step 4: Between the iPhone and iPad, and in the middle of the software’s interface, there are checkboxes displaying all transferable data. Tick the “Photos” checkbox; you can as well choose other data you may need.
Step 5: To begin the transfer of photos, click the “Start” button. After some time, all the pictures and other data you wanted will be transferred from your iPhone to iPad.
Method 2: How to Transfer Photos From iPhone to iPad Wirelessly(Using AirDrop)
Supported Format: JPEG/HEIC
AirDrop is a built-in program on most iPhone/iPad/iPod that allows users to instantly transfer photos, videos, documents and such between iOS devices that are nearby and within Bluetooth and Wi-Fi range.
To perform the transfer efficiently and faster, follow the steps below.
Step 1: Go to the Control Center on both devices. Tap AirDrop, then switch on Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. (Turn off personal hotspot, if it’s on.)
Step 2: From the menu available, select "Everyone".On your iPhone, go to "Photos" App and choose multiple pictures that you would like to transfer by swiping and tapping.
Step 3: Click on the "Share" button and choose the name of your iPad. To confirm the transfer, tap "Accept" on your iPad.
Step 4: Once the transfer is complete, you can be able to view the pictures on your iPad’s “Photos” folder where they were saved.
Method 3: How to Transfer Photos From iPhone to iPad with My Photo Stream
Supported Format: JPEG/PNG/TIFF/Most RAW formats
Users of iOS devices can use My Photo Stream to share photos quickly between their own devices using only a Wi-Fi connection.
To successfully transfer pictures to your iPad from an iPhone with My Photo Stream, ensure that both devices are connected to Wi-Fi and then follow the below procedure.
Step 1: Login on both of your iOS devices using your Apple ID (use the same ID for both devices). Open "Settings" on both devices; tap your Apple ID (for newer iOS versions) and then select "iCloud".
Step 2: On both devices, tap "Photos" and switch on the “iCloud Photo.” Ensure that your iPhone’s "Upload to My Photo Stream" functionality is turned on. Then all your most recent photos (your last 30 days and up to 1000 photos, except Live Photos) photos taken on iPhone will be upload to your iCloud automatically.
Step 3: Open your iPad’s “Photos” folder and select "Albums".The “My Photo Stream” folder will contain all the photos that were shared by your iPhone.
Method 4: Transfer Photos to iPad from iPhone Using Email
Email is an inefficient but safe method to transfer pictures between iOS devices. To do this, ensure you have configured the Mail app on both your iOS devices. Then follow the steps below.
Step 1: Open your iPhone’s "Photos" App. Choose all the photos you want to transfer to your iPad.
Step 2: Click the "Share" button. You can select additional photos if you want. Choose "Mail" and fill in the form with your email address as well as other required information.
Step 3: Tap "Send" to send the piece of mail to your individual account, even if it warns you concerning a blank subject.
Step 4: Open your iPad’s "Mail" App. Go to the email message from yourself. You can open a photo to view it, and then save it on the iPad. All saved photos are viewable at the iPad’s "Camera Roll".
Those are the best ways to help you transfer photos from iPhone to iPad easily. You can proceed and follow MobileTrans or other methods that suits you the best and lets you do the transfer without complications. This will help you to view your much-loved photos from any iOS device you choose.