Get a new iPhone 14? Need to transfer photos, contacts, messages, and videos from iPhone 13 to iPhone 14? Is it hassle to reset your new iPhone? Worried about transfer failure and data loss? Get the most comprehensive trick and easy method to transfer old iPhone to new iPhone now.
How to avoid iPhone 14 transfer failure to the greatest extent? We have summarized the experience and provided the following tips to help you in the subsequent iPhone to iPhone transfer process smoothly without error.
Data is priceless, back up your old device data in case of any data loss scenarios.
The US version of the iPhone 14 uses eSIM instead of the nano-SIM card slot, learn how to swap SIM and activate eSIM.
Go to Settings > Cellular > Set up eSIM > Transfer from another iPhone.
Make sure both phones have at least 60% battery before migrating data.
Confirm that you've unpaired your Apple Watch on your old phone.
Upgrade your old phone to the latest iOS before trying the transfer.
Delete or update the old version app on your old iPhone.
With FoneTool simple tool, any user can learn how to transfer iPhone to iPhone with a few clicks.
Launch the FoneTool, and connect your two iPhones to this computer.
Click the Phone Transfer tab, and select iPhone to iPhone > Start Transfer.
Just wait a few moments to finish the iPhone transfer.
Simple data transfer method before activating a new iPhone, according to the screen guide operation can directly transfer data from old iPhone to new iPhone.
A popular option for moving data from one iPhone to another, now try to restore your desired data to a new iPhone via iCloud.
iOS Media Management Tool - iTunes can help users import the files they need from PC to the new iPhone.
Completely erase the contents of an old phone before selling or giving away it, 100% eliminating the possibility of information breaches, credit card theft, and identity tampering.
iCloud performs the sync on all the devices you're signed in to. Even if you erase all the data on your current iPhone, it won't affect the operation of iCloud on other devices. You can log out of your iCloud account on all your old devices to keep your data safe.
Steps: Go to Settings > Apple ID > Sign Out > enter your password and turn off Find My iPhone > Sign Out.
Apple ID records all the devices you use. Please properly disassociate your old iPhone from your Apple ID after you end its use, prevent the information from being modified.
Steps: Sign in to Apple ID page > Account Security > choose the trusted devices > tap Remove from account.
If you accidentally reject Quick Start, then you need to go to “Settings” and select “Erase All Content and Settings” to restart Quick Start. If you don't want to lose the settings of your current new iPhone, you can choose to use iTunes or a simpler FoneTool to move iPhone data to your new iPhone.
AirDrop allows you to transfer data between two iOS devices in close proximity with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi turned on. This method only supports transferring files such as pictures, videos, locations, etc. Go to Settings> General >enable AirDrop. Select the files you need to transfer and tap AirDrop under the Sharing option.
It depends on the iPhone migration method you use. Before using Quick Start and iCloud to transfer data to your new iPhone, you need to reset the iPhone as new and back to factory settings. Using professional transfer software such as FoneTool does not require resetting your phone.
The time it takes to transfer data from one iPhone to another depends on the amount of data you migrate and the transfer method you take. According to our hundreds of tests, with the same amount of data and network environment, the fastest transfer method mentioned above is FoneTool, followed by Quick Start > iCloud, and the slowest method is iTunes.