EaseUS MobiMover

All-in-One iOS Content Manager & Free Video/Audio Downloader

  • An iOS data transfer tool to transfer files to or from iPhone/iPad
  • An iPhone manager to manage files on iPhone/iPad from a computer
  • A free video downloader to download online videos to a computer or iPhone/iPad

How to Transfer Photos from iPad to iPad Quickly

Switching iPads can be amazing, but it also can be a complete pain. Not only because you have to make sure that all of your iPad data is backed up, but you also have to find ways to transfer your precious pictures to the new iPad. Apart from switching devices, many cases require you to transfer photos between iPads. Whatever the case is, this guide will show you five easy methods to get the job done.

PAGE CONTENT:
Part 1. How to Transfer Photos from iPad to iPad with MobiMover
Part 2. How to Transfer Pictures from one iPad to Another using AirDrop
Part 3. How to Transfer Photos from iPad to iPad Using iCloud
Part 4. How to Transfer Photos from iPad to iPad via iTunes
Part 5. How to Import Photos from iPad to iPad with Email

Part 1: How to Transfer Photos from iPad to iPad with EaseUS MobiMover

Other than iTunes, there are many third-party iPhone data transfer programs that can be applied to transfers photos from iPad to iPad. Among them, EaseUS MobiMover is the easiest and most reliable one. EaseUS MobiMover, the professional iPhone transfer software, allows for transferring many different file types between two iOS devices, like contacts, photos, music, voice mails, voice memos, audiobooks, ringtones, and movies. Apart from transferring photos from iPad to iPad, MobiMover also supports data migration from iPhone to iPhone, iPhone to iPad, and iPad to iPhone. Begin experiencing this outstanding iOS data transfer tool now!

Install EaseUS MobiMover - the iPhone transfer software on your computer and follow the steps below to copy photos from one iPad to another within minutes.

Step 1. Connect both of your iOS devices to your computer (Mac/PC). Launch EaseUS MobiMover, and choose "Phone to Phone" on the screen. Correctly check your source device and target device, and click the "Next" button to continue. 

How to transfer photos from iPad to iPad - Step 1

Step 2. Check the category/categories you want to transfer from your source device to target device. As you can see, in addition to photos, you can also copy videos, audios, contacts, messages, and more between your iDevices.

How to transfer photos from iPad to iPad - Step 2

Step 3. After checking the settings, click the "Transfer" button to start moving photos between your devices. When it has completed, go to the "Photos" app on your target device to check the newly imported items.

How to back up iPhone photos to computer - Step 3

Part 2: How to Transfer Photos from one iPad to Another via AirDrop

AirDrop can be applied to files transfer between iOS devices, including from iPhone to iPad, iPhone to MAC, iPhone to iPhone, and iPad to iPad. As long as you turn on AirDrop, and set the receiving options to Everyone, you can receive data transferred from anyone with an iDevice. 

What you need to do before airdroping:

  • Keep two iPads within 30 feet of each other.
  • Turn on AirDrop, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi connections on both iPads. If any problem occurs with AirDrop not working, fix it immediately.

Step 1. Turn on AirDrop on both iPads in the control center by sliding up on the iPad screen.

Step 2. Go to the Photos App on the source device > Tap the "Select" option in the upper-right corner.

Step 3. Choose the photos you want to share > Tap the "Share" button in the lower-left corner.

Step 4. Tap AirDrop under the selected photos, and choose the other iPad recognized by its device name.

Step 5. Tap the "Accept" button on the target iPad to accept the photos.

AirDrop Photos from iPad to iPad

More topics relevant to AirDrop transfers are AirDrop photos from iPhone to Mac and AirDrop music from Mac to iPhone. If needed, link to the related page to get detailed info. 

Part 3: How to Transfer Photos from iPad to iPad Using iCloud

With iCloud services, you can sync photos from one iPad to another quickly and wirelessly just by turning on the iCloud Photo Library on your device. All you need to prepare is to connect both of your iPad to a stable Wi-Fi network, sign in to your iPad with the same Apple ID and make sure there is enough iCloud storage space available for you to sync your iPad photos to iCloud. After the preparations, perform the steps below on both of your iPads to wirelessly transfer pictures from iPad to iPad.

Step 1. Open the Settings App on your iPad >Go to [your name] > iCloud > Sign in with your Apple ID.

Step 2. Choose "Photos" > Switch on the "iCloud Photo Library."

Step 3. Open the Photos app on another iPad > Select "All Photos" from the Album > Choose the photos you want to sync > Tap the "Select" option and send them to the shared album.

Enable iCloud Photo Library on iPad

Note: If iCloud fail to sync photos from iPad to iPad, then you can check these tips to fix the "iCloud photos not syncing" issue.

If you don't have enough free storage space on your iCloud, then you can take the assistance of My Photo Stream to transfer your images. Being different from the iCloud Photo Library, My Photo Stream offers you unlimited storage space. But it has two disadvantages: Only support for syncing your last 30 days and up to 1000 photos. Also, the quality of the images would be compressed during the process of sync.

Step 1. Go to the Settings on your source iPad > [your name] > iCloud.

Step 2. Turn on the iCloud Drive > From the available apps, choose the Photos.

Step 3. Turn on the "My Photo Stream" option. Once your photos are uploaded, you can go to the target iPad and apply the same process to turn on the My Photo Stream. Then all of the recently taken photos will be synced to another iPad.

Turn on My Photo Stream

Part 4: How to Transfer Photos from iPad to iPad via iTunes

iTunes is the second-to-last method to transfer photos from iPad to iPad. We don't recommend you to use this method since it is a little bit complex to operate. First of all, you need to sync all photos from iPad to computer via iTunes. Then, sync them to another iPad in the same way.

Step 1. Connect your source iPad to your computer > Launch iTunes on your computer.

Step 2. Tap "Trust this Computer" on your iPad if asked.

Step 3. From the iTunes panel, select your iPad icon > Choose the "Photos" option. From here, you can choose to sync your photos with iTunes.

Step 4. When the process completes, disconnect your iPad and connect the target iPad to your computer. Then, you can repeat the above-listed steps to sync photos to your target iPad.

Sync Photos from iPad to iPad

Part 5: How to Import Photos from iPad to iPad with Email

In this part, we demonstrate a wireless way to transfer photos from one iPad to another iPad. That is by using Email, and all you need is an Email address. With Email, you can transfer one of two photos. If you have a large number of pictures to transfer, you'd better use Method 1.

Step 1. Go to the Photos App on the iPad you want to transfer photos from.

Step 2. Tap the Select option in the upper right corner.

Step 3. Choose the photos you want to share, and then tap the Share button in the lower-left corner.

Step 4. Tap Email under the selected photos. The operations will send you to the Email sending interface.

Step 5. Enter the email address, and check the attached photos files. Finally, tap the "Send" to transfer photos from your iPad to another one.

Step 6. Open the other iPad, and go to Email to check the mail with the photos.

The Bottom Line

By reading this post, we hope you have transferred all wanted photos from iPad to iPad successfully. As you can see, of all options, EaseUS MobiMover is the easiest and quickest way to get the job done. The next is Airdrop that allows you to transfer less than 500 pictures at once. The third option is iCloud that gives you two options: iCloud Photo Library and My Photo Stream, each of which offers different choices to transfer photos. Following the iCloud is iTunes, which is the official way provided by Apple. And the last option is Email. There is always a way to suit your needs. By the way, all of these methods mentioned can also be applied to transfer photos from iPhone to iPad or share photos on iPhone.