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2 Ways to Transfer Photos from Mac to iPad Pro in iOS 11

2017-11-01 10:03:44 Posted by Myra to iPhone Data Transfer

Summary:
Looking for the ways to transfer photos from Mac to your new iPad Pro in iOS 11? If so, read this blog post and learn how to make it in two free and easy ways.

With the new release of iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, here comes the brand new iPad Pro, too. If you get the new iPad Pro in iOS 11 and want to sync photos from Mac to your device, you can learn two free and easy ways to make it from this blog post, either with AirDrop or iTunes. With AirDrop, you can send files, including photos, videos, contacts, notes and more, between two AirDrop-supported devices, which means you can not only transfer photos from Mac to iPad Pro but also send contacts from iPhone to iPhone using AirDrop. While with iTunes, you can sync files from computer to iDevices as you like. Read on to get more details.

How to Transfer photos from Mac to iPad Pro in iOS 11

Tip 1: Copy photos from Mac to new iPad Pro using AirDrop

Before you use AirDrop to send files, you need to make sure there is nothing wrong with the WiFi and Bluetooth on your devices. If you get the problem "WiFi not working" or "Bluetooth not working" on your device, you will fail to transfer photos from Mac to your iPad. If everything performs properly on your devices, follow the steps below to learn how to sync photos from Mac to iPad in iOS 11 with AirDrop.

Step 1: Turn on AirDrop on your Mac and iPad.

On iPad: Swipe up from the bottom of your iPad screen to open Control Center and then turn on AirDrop. Turn on WLAN and Bluetooth at the same time.

On Mac: Go to Finder > Go > AirDrop and turn on WiFi and Bluetooth to turn on AirDrop on your Mac.

Step 2: On Mac, drag the photos you'd like to transfer to your iPad to the image of your iPad Pro in AirDrop window and click Send. Or you can go to photos you'd like to copy on your Mac, click the Share button, select AirDrop, choose the recipient and click Done.

Easy, right? You can import photos from Mac to your iPad Pro in just two steps. If AirDrop isn't working on your iPhone, you can use Tip 2 to copy photos from Mac to iPad.

How to Transfer Photos from Mac to iPad Pro in iOS 11 - Tip 1

Tip 2: Import photos from Mac to iPad Pro in iOS 11 using iTunes

It's no doubt that you can use iTunes to sync photos from Mac to your iPad. The only problem with it is that the synced photos will replace the existing data on your iPad Pro. If that's what you accept, follow the steps below to learn how to transfer photos from Mac to your new iPad Pro in iOS 11 with iTunes. (To ensure a smooth transfer process, you'd better update your iTunes to its latest version.)

Step 1: Connect your iPad Pro to your Mac with a USB cable and open iTunes if it doesn't run automatically.

Step 2: Tap on the Device button and choose Photos.

Step 3: Tap on the checkbox next to Sync Photos and choose where to Copy Photos from.

Step 4: Select the photos you'd like to transfer from your Mac to iPad Pro and click Sync.

How to transfer photos from Mac to iPad Pro in iOS 11 - Tip 2

Notes:

If you are not only a Mac user but also a PC user, you can't miss the completely free iOS data transfer software that enables you to sync files from PC to iPhone/iPad (in iOS 8 or later), back up iPhone/iPad contents to computer and share files between two iDevices. The software recommended is EaseUS MobiMover Free. With MobiMover installed on your PC running Windows 7 or later, you can transfer photos, movies, TV shows, music videos, home videos, music, ringtones, contacts, messages, notes and more to or out of your iPhone/iPad without any cost and limitation. Sounds great? Equip your PC with this powerful tool and try it yourself.

EaseUS MobiMover Free - Free Alternative to iTunes