An excellent approach to from one device to another is through syncing your iPhone to iPad: this also keeps the content on each device updated. Synchronizing your iPhone to your iPad is often quite straightforward. You can find a lot of methods and third-party apps to help you do that. However, do you know the best and easiest way about “How do I sync iPhone to iPad?”
1. How do You Sync iPhone to iPad with iMyFone iPhone Data Manager
iMyFone iPhone Data Manager is the software which enables you to sync your iPhone to iPad and also sync iTunes to your iDevice without losing any data regardless of whether you have just synchronized your iPhone with another iTunes library. Below are the key features of it:
- Two Way Transfer: It enables you to transfer music from your PC or iTunes to iPhone and from iPhone to iTunes/PC.
- All Media Files Supported: It can transfer home video, podcasts, and music videos which cannot be exported through iTunes.
- Both Purchases and Non-Purchases: Support not only purchased Apple files, but also files purchased from Google/Amazon and freely-downloaded files.
- Transfer without Restriction: With Tunesmate you can share media files with different Apple's IDs, iTunes and computers.
- No Data Loss: Add files to iPhone/iPad/iPod without replacing the previous files on iPhone.
How to Sync iPhone to iPad
If you want to transfer media files from iPhone to iPad using TunesMate , the steps are very simple, just transfer them from iPhone to iTunes first and then transfer them from iTunes to iPad. During the process, you even no need to open iTunes, it’s really easy and fast.
From iPhone to iTunes
Step 1: Open the software and connect your iPhone to it.
Step 2: Click “Transfer iDevice Media to iTunes” on home page and then click “Start” let it scan your data.
Step 3: Choose the files you want to transfer and then click “Start” to begin the transfer process. After the process is finished, click “Complete”. Then you have transferred you files to iTunes.
From iTunes to iPad
Step 1: Unplug your iPhone and connect your iPad to the software.
Step 2: Click “Transfer iTunes Media to iDevice” on home page, then it will scan all the media files in your iTunes library.
Step 3: Select the files you want to transfer and then click “Transfer” to begin the transfer process. After the process is finished, click “ok”. Then you have done the whole process about how to sync iPhone to iPad.
2. How to Sync iPhone to iPad via iCloud
You can sync your iPhone to iPad via iCloud through the following steps:
Step 1: Set up iCloud on your iPhone and iPad. Ensure you set up the latest version. After that, go to app settings on the iPhone and tap on the iCloud button.
Step 2: Input your Apple ID and password and tap on the sign in button.
Step 3: Choose icons such as apps, contacts, etc. and tap on merge to combine with the iCloud database.
Step 4: Repeat the steps on the iPad by logging into the iCloud page and entering the same data.
Step 5: Ensure your wi-fi is on both on iPhone and iPad.
3. How to Sync iPhone to iPad Via iTunes
Syncing iPhone to iPad can be done manually using iTunes. Just follow the steps below:
Step 1: On your PC, launch iTunes and connect your iPhone to Pc.
Step 2: Your device will appear in the upper right-hand corner. Tap on it.
Step 3: You ought to see a summary screen and a tab list at the top. Choose the tab for the desired media your want to sync to your iPad like tones, music, books, movies, podcasts and more.
Step 4: Look at the checkbox for the type of media you want to sync and also the particular item you want to sync.
Step 5: Tap on Apply in the lower right-hand section, then wait for iTunes to complete the syncing before removing your iPhone.
4. How to Sync iPhone to iPad Via Bluetooth
Your iPhone can be connected to iPad by also using Bluetooth. It is called Bluetooth tethering or internet tethering. A Personal Hotspot feature can sync your iPhone and iPad via Bluetooth, and this allows you to maintain a stable internet connection on both devices. Follow these steps:
Step 1: Go to settings on the iPhone and select general.
Step 2: Then select Network.
Step 3: Tap cellular and click on Personal Hotspot.
Step 4: Go back to the general screen and switch on your Bluetooth.
Step 5: Then check if you r Bluetooth is switched on the iPad by clicking on settings and turning o the Bluetooth.
Step 6: Let the iPad scan for the iPhone and check if the six digit number on each device is the same.
Step 7: Sync the devices.