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How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to iPhone Without iCloud

Posted on Jan 10, 2018 by Cedric Grantham to iPhone Data Transfer

Summary:
Don’t want to transfer photos from iPhone to iPhone with iCloud? Check this post and learn two simple ways to transfer photos from iPhone to iPhone without iCloud via iTunes and EaseUS MobiMover Free.

iCloud is a wireless way to back up the most important things from your iPhone, like photos, mail, contacts, reminders, calendars, notes, Safari bookmarks and more, so they are always available, even if you lose your device. Moreover, as long as you sign in the same iCloud account on two iPhones, you can sync the data between them without effort. However, as the limited free 5GB space, many users can’t store all of the photos or other files in iCloud and choose another way to back up and transfer iPhone data. Here, we will focus on one hot topic with iCloud, that is how to transfer photos from iPhone to iPhone without iCloud and we will offer you two simple ways to transfer photos from iPhone to iPhone with EaseUS MobiMover Free and iTunes.

MobiMover Free: Transfer photos from iPhone to iPhone without iCloud

EaseUS MobiMover Free is the top one 100% free iPhone data transfer software in the market enables users to transfer files from iPhone to iPhone in one-click. You are able to use MobiMover Free to send photos, contacts, notes, books, Safari bookmarks, movies, TV shows, videos, music, ringtones, playlists, and audiobooks within a few seconds. Besides, MobiMover Free can also help you to back up the whole iPhone files to the Windows PC without data size limitation and transfer files from PC to iPhone to add content without any existing data wiping.

1. Download and install EaseUS MobiMover Free on your PC in Windows 7/8/10 by clicking the download button below. Please also make sure you have installed the iTunes on your computer, which is necessary for iPhone data reading of a third-party iPhone manager. 

2. Connect two iPhones to your computer via USB cables and tap on "Trust This Computer" on the devices if you are required. Run MobiMover Free and go to the left top corner to choose the right iPhone device as the original one to transfer photos from. 

choose the right iPhone to transfer photos

3. Now, click "Transfer to Other Device" in the main interface and then tick "Photo Library" in the categories list to transfer pictures in camera roll and photos stream. In this data transfer mode, you can copy the whole iPhone photos at one time. If you just need to send particular photos, you can go to "Custom" > "Photos" to choose the items you want.

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4. Click "Transfer" to begin to transfer photos from iPhone to iPhone without iCloud, and please make sure the USB connections won't break off until the process is done. When the transferring finished, go to the "Photos" app on the target iPhone to check the synced files. To keep the photos save on the new iPhone, you also can transfer photos from iPhone to computer using the "Transfer to Computer" model of MobiMover Free. 

begin to transfer

iTunes: Transfer photos from iPhone to iPhone without iCloud

Like iCloud, iTunes is another Apple’s pre-installed way back up and sync iPhone data. To transfer photos from iPhone to iPhone with iCloud, you just need to back up photos from the first iPhone and then sync the pictures to the target device. What’s more, if you have made an iTunes backup, you can restore iPhone from iTunes backup once your iPhone won’t work normally.

Back up photos from old iPhone with iTunes

1. Connect your old iPhone to the computer and run iTunes.

2. Click the iPhone device button within iTunes, if you have found the iPhone won't connect to iTunes, check how to fix it online.

3. Then, click "This computer" > "Back Up Now" > "Apply" to begin to back up old iPhone to the computer, including iPhone photos. 

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Transfer photos from iTunes to new iPhone with iTunes

1. Plug out the old iPhone and re-connect the new iPhone to the computer via USB cable.

2. Click the iPhone device button within iTunes, then choose "Photos" > tick "Sync Photos" > "Sync". Wait patiently and the photos will be transferred to the new iPhone.

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Tips: As long as you have made an iTunes backup, you can sync all the supportable files from iTunes library to your new iPhone, including transfer playlists from iTunes to iPhone and sync contacts to the device.