How to Transfer Music from iPad to iPhone 6/5S/5?
It is no doubt that Apple's iPad is an ideal device for watching movies, surfing the Internet or playing games, but it is also obviously that iPad could not be an ideal device for listening to music than iPhone or iPod while you're on the go. Thus, have you ever wondered of transferring songs on iPad Air, the new iPad or iPad mini to your iPhone device for better enjoyment? Or when you purchase a new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, do you want to move all your favorite music from the iPad to iPhone? Or you mistakenly lose all music on your iPhone, but you find fortunately that all songs on your iPad, so you wish to sync iPad music to iPhone again? Actually, no matter what situation you are, it is not a tough task for you to copy iPad songs to iPhone on your Windows or Mac computer.
As it's known to all iTunes can't help you share music between two different devices, so here you need to turn to a professional 3rd-party desktop application called MobiKin Assistant for iOS (Win/Mac). With it, you can easily export and save the music on your iPad devices to desktop computer in the same quality. After that, you can open iTunes and sync the exported iPad songs to your iPhone on your desktop computer without restrictions. What's more, the program also allows you to transfer files like photos, movies, voice memos, podcasts, etc. to PC from all kinds of iPad.
Sounds great? Then just click the below to have a free try by yourself!
Steps on Transferring Music or Songs from iPad to iPhone 6 Plus/6/5S/5
1) Connect your iPad Air, the new iPad, iPad 4 or iPad 2 to the computer, then run the powerful program that you've installed on your PC. The program will detect your device automatically and show you an interface as the above interface.
2) Find "Music" option in the left panel and then you can have a brief look on the whole music list in the program. Mark the songs that you want to enjoy on the iPhone and click "Export" button to save them on your desktop computer.
3) Now, it is time to connect your iPhone to computer via its USB cable, then run iTunes. Authorize your iPhone with iTunes by logging into your Apple ID. After that, you can find the exported songs on your desktop computer and sync them to your iPhone device immediately.