After launching bigger iPhone 6 models to win hearts of Android users who prefers bigger screen mobile phones, Apple made a support web page to assist them migrate from Android to iPhone. There are lots of users who waited long for Apple to launch large screen smartphone and their hope comes true.
The support web page named “Move content from your Android phone to iPhone” reveals six main categories
-Mail, Contacts, and Calendars,
-Photos and videos,
-Books and PDFs,
Here is the Apple support page link: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT6407#apps
The web page additional listed out a step-by-step method of transferring content material from Android utilizing third-party apps or iTunes on Mac or PC. It has listed steps displaying easy methods to transfer e-mail accounts on Android to iPhone’s Mail app. It additionally have information about third-party apps such as Copy My Data and PhotoSync that can assist transfer contacts and images effortlessly.
It also lists out instructions on how Android customers can transfer images, movies, books, and music from Android units to iPhones using iTunes on a Mac or PC. Moreover, the doc also shows how one can transfer documents to iCloud and then access it through Apple’s office suite – Pages, Numbers and Keynotes.
“The iOS apps for Numbers, Pages, and Keynote help several file types, including Microsoft Office documents. You’ll be able to import documents from your Android cellphone after which edit them on your iPhone. Then you can use iCloud to maintain these documents up to date across your units,” Apple explains.
Speaking about apps, the web page says, “You will probably discover the apps you are already using on the App Store. Go to the App Store, search for the apps you have now, and set up/install them. Then sign in with your user name and password.”
Apple launched two new larger and better iPhone 6 models last week. Each units have received rave reviews, so far from tech critics. Actually, the devices bagged a record four million pre-orders within 24 hours. Find out what tech critics are saying about the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and the large 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus phablet model.
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