Have you got an iPhone lately? If yes, then you may find it difficult to transfer all your stuff from an Android phone to the iPhone. Getting out of Google's ecosystem will be challenging for some, but we have found solutions.
It isn't really challenging to switch from Android to iPhone. We managed to create a handy guide that will help you out in transferring your contacts, photos and videos, apps, music, documents and mails, calendars, among others.
All you need to be is patient, if you have a lot to backup. Here's how you can backup your stuff from Android to iPhone. Best of luck!
Importing Contacts, Mails, and Calendars
Yes indeed, transferring your contacts, mails and calendars to a new setup could be a daunting task. Well not any more.
It's easy to transfer contacts, mails and calendars from Android, all you need to go to Setting, then Mail, Contacts, Calendar, and then finally Add Account. Now choose Google from the list and add your account. It seemed difficult, though the whole process took a couple of minutes to execute.
Backing up your Videos and Photos
Backing up your memorable moments is essential. You can use third-party apps to transfer your pictures and videos. Google Drive, DropBox and Google + Photos are the best possible Cloud-based ways by which you can transfer all your stuff to a new platform.
Transferring Your Music
It's easy to transfer all your music files through several third-party Cloud-based applications. Or the second best way is to transfer a library of MP3 files using iTunes. All you need to drag your music files from your Android phone to the PC. Now navigate to the Music folder and drag and drop all of the music files you want from here to a new folder on your computer.
Download iTunes from Apple's website, and then go into your Library and select Music files, followed by dragging them onto the Music view in iTunes. Plug-in your iPhone, followed by iTunes and sync with entire music folder. Mission accomplished!
Moving Your Text Messages to iPhone
There's no easy way to transfer SMS to your new iPhone. But you might want to look into a free app like Super Backup: SMS & Contacts to create XML file backups of your old texts.
Transferring Your Apps
Well there's no way to move your applications from the Android platform to the iPhone. Most apps are available on either the App Store or Google Play Store. You can download either free or paid apps from App store.