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How to Sync Photos from iPhone to iPhone for Free

Updated on Jan 31, 2018 by Myra to iPhone Data Transfer

Summary:
Three free ways about how to sync photos from one iPhone to another are detailed in this blog post. You can sync the photos between 2 iDevices with EaseUS MobiMover Free, iCloud or iTunes.

You like taking photos using your iPhone. That's why the photos always take up most of your iPhone storage and you don't want to lose the wonderful pictures you have taken. When you get a new iPhone, you will want to move all the photos to the new device. Thus it's necessary for you to know how to sync photos from iPhone to iPhone. Read on and you will get three free solutions in this post to easily and effectively transfer photos from iPhone to iPhone: using EaseUS MobiMover Free, iCloud and iTunes backup. 

How to Sync Photos from iPhone to iPhone

Tip 1: Transfer photos from iPhone to iPhone with MobiMover Free

EaseUS MobiMover Free is the unique iPhone data transfer software enables you to copy photos from one iPhone to another in a completely free way. The photos can be from Camera Roll, Photo Stream and Photo Library. Besides, with MobiMover, you can also migrate videos, music, contacts, notes, books, Safari bookmark & history and so on between iOS devices or between iOS device and computer. 

Step 1: Download and install EaseUS MobiMover Free on your PC. Please ensure the PC is running Windows 7, 8, 8.1 or 10, and upgrade the two iPhones to iOS 8 or later, including iOS 11 carried on iPhone 8.

Step 2: Connect two iPhones to your PC and tap on "Trust This Computer" on the devices for data access. Launch MobiMover, choose the right iPhone device as the original one to transfer photos from in the left upper corner.

choose one iPhone as the original device to transfer photos from

Step 3: Click Transfer to Other Device in the MobiMover main interface, and select Photos in the iPhone categories list with the quantity number displayed behind. No matter how many photos you want to sync to another iPhone, MobiMover can transfer them at one time with a lightning speed. 

choose Photos to sync to another iPhone

Step 4: Click Transfer to start to move photos from iPhone to another one. As MobiMover will put pictures to the Photos app directly, open the Photos app on another iPhone to check the synced pictures. Too many photos storage on iPhone will definitely take lots of memory, you'd better transfer photos from iPhone to the computer with MobiMover Free to free up space regularly, which is a smart choice for making iPhone faster

begin to transfer

Tip 2: Sync photos from iPhone to iPhone via iCloud

If you use iCloud service, you can do things like managing iCloud calendar on PC and downloading contacts from iCloud to PC. You can also sync the photos on your devices with iCloud. Turn on Wi-Fi on both of your devices and follow the steps below to continue.

Step 1: Go to Settings App on your iPhone.

Step 2: Tap on your name and choose "iCloud".

Step 3: Click "Photos" and turn on "iCloud Photo Library".

Step 4: switch on "Upload to My Photo Stream".

Step 5: Repeat the steps above on another iPhone.

How to sync photos from iPhone to iPhone with iCloud

Tip 3: Sync photos from iPhone to iPhone via iTunes

If you choose to use iTunes instead of using iCloud, you need a computer to help you.

Step 1: Connect your source iPhone to computer. (Here Windows PC is set as an example.)

Step 2: Go to "This PC" and double-click your iPhone under "Devices and drives".

Step 3: Go to "Internal Storage" and choose "DCIM", which contain the photos taken on your iPhone.

Step 4: Copy the photos you want to transfer to another device and save them in a folder.

Step 5: Connect your target iPhone to PC and run iTunes

Step 6: Click the Device tab and choose "Photos".

Step 7: Click the checkbox next to "Sync Photos" and choose the folder you saved the photos in "Copy photos from:".

Step 8: Then click "Apply" to begin to sync photos from iPhone to iPhone.

How to sync photos from iPhone to iPhone with iTunes