How To Transfer Data From Old iPad To New iPad

How To Move Data From Old iPad To New iPad


If you have just purchased a new iPad Air or Retina iPad Mini, it is pretty easy to move  all your data (contacts, sms, calendars, apps, multimedia) from the old iPad into the new  one.
If you have been making and saving backups on either iCloud or iTunes, then the transfer  process would be very much easier. Check out both tutorials below for iCloud and iTunes.

Move Old Data From Old iPad To New iPad Using iCloud

1. When you turn on your new iPad, you will be greeted with a welcome screen. Notice the  slider at the bottom that says “Slide to set up”

2. Choose your preferred language from the list on the next screen.

3. Choose your country or region.

4. Now select your WiFi network and enter the password for it. If you do not have WiFi  connectivity, select “Use cellular”, but note that this option only works if you bought an  iPad that has cellular data connectivity. Also, not all data types can be restored with  this option, that is why WiFi is the preferred connection type.

5. The next screen would ask if you would like to use “Location Services”. Read the  complete description on that screen to understand what this feature means before you make  your choice. You would need location services to use apps like Maps.

6. On the next screen, click on “Restore from iCloud backup”, then type in  your iCloud  login details when requested.

7. On the next page, you will be shown the Terms and Conditions. You have to agree to them  to proceed.

8. Now you will be taken straight to iCloud where you will see all your saved backups.  Just choose  and click on the backup you want to restore data from.

Move Old Data From Old iPad To New iPad Using iCloud


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