Transfer Photos or Pictures from iPhone to iPhone Easily
Apple's iPhone always be used as a digital camera or camcorder in recent days, so it is no doubt that lots of excellent moments in your life have been recorded by this handy tool. So when you update your iPhone to the latest iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, you may wish to move some precious memories from the old iPhone to new one, right? Of course, you can reach the goal with iTunes when you authorize the iTunes in the same Apple ID, but more and more users complained that some crucial data is erased during the sync process with iTunes, thus they may could like to find another way to share pictures between two iPhone devices. What's more, if you're going to share some excellent iPhone pictures of the Summer holiday with your best friends' iPhone, then iTunes are also useless here, because it is impossible for you to share a Apple ID with your friend, right? Thus, no matter what situation you are, it is really necessary for you to find a way to guide you copy photos from iPhone to iPhone on Windows and Mac computer easily. And that is also the purpose we write this article here.
MobiKin Phone Transfer is a cross-platform application for portable devices, that empowers users to transfer data from one device to another with one simple click. With it, you can easily move or transfer pictures, contacts, apps, music, messages, from one iPhone to another without losing or deleting any photos on the device. It can help you well manage the data on your new iPhone 6 or 6 Plus without iTunes. And you can use it to transfer photos from your own iPhone 5/5S/6 to your friends device without any restrictions. Apart from iPhone, other phones like Android, Symbian, Windows phone, etc. are also supported by this iPhone to iPhone Transfer very well. Now, just click the below icon to take a free trial by yourself!
How Do I Transfer Photos from Old iPhone to New One without iTunes?
As the best photo transfer for iPhone, you only need to launch it on your computer and select "Phone to Phone Transfer" mode, then connect the two iPhone devices to the computer via its USB cable at the same time. Then you can see an interface like below:
If your find the phone is located in the wrong source and destination position, you can click the "Flip" button in the middle of the panel to change their position quickly. After that, choose "Photos" option and click "Start Copy" button to start the transferring process. And you can check the process as follow:
Done! This is the way of transferring iPhone photos to iPhone on Windows computer. Actually, if you have a tool like MobiKin Assistant for iOS (Windows/Mac), you also can use it to export your iPhone photos to computer and then sync them to your new iPhone as you like.