Last Updated on Aug 15, 2020
You have apple gadgets then you must have USB lightning adapter, By official apple. That will helps in Transfer photos from iPhone to iPad or iPad to iPhone. If you don’t have enough space to capture from iPhone camera then you can transfer all the photos or media file directly to your another device (iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch). Unfortunately, you don’t have Mac/PC or iTunes. then this is a straightforward way to move or transfer photos from iPhone to iPad and vise versa.
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How to Transfer iPhone Photos to iPad
Way 1: Using USB Connector
USB camera adapter is a very useful cable as a converter for move photos copy into iPhone directly and securely. One end is 8 pin connector and another one end is for fix USB cable comes in your accessories kits.
Supported Devices: iPhone (iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6S/6, iPhone 6S Plus/6 Plus, iPhone 5S/5, iPhone 4, iPad (All generations), iPod Touch (All generations), Digital Camera
Media Type: Import and Export Photos, Videos
Setup is pretty simple for the technical or non-technical person.
Follow the below instructions given in image, how to connect.
This cable, iFile Manager App also useful for easily manage files from one iOS device.
Way 2: Using Media Drivers
Now, another option as the External media drives for iPhone/ iPad/ iPod Touch, You can access it on WiFi to all devices. large storage capacity and the fast transfer rate are very useful all the time.
Copy /Move media files from iPhone to iPad
Transfer photos from iPad To another iPad or iPhone to another iPhone.
Access all photos on another iPhone
Copy Photos/ Video between the iOS device
Share photos from iPhone to iPhone through USB
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You can try these iTunes Alternatives to easily import photos from iPhone to iPad tablet.
Alternatively, we have many ways to Transfer Photos from iPhone to iPad or iPad to iPhone, Using WiFi, AirDrop, Xender, iTunes, iCloud, Dropbox.