Since the first generation of A4 iPad with a 9.7-inch touchscreen, was released on April 3rd, 2010, Apple has been keeping releasing a new version of iPad every 1-2 years. Especially, with the launch of the M1 and the A15 chip, which provide great performance, people are spending more work and study time on their iPad/iPad Air/Pro/Mini.
When you got a new iPad, you may want to move or transfer photos, games, music, and other data to the new iPad. because you want to keep them on your latest device. In this post, we demonstrate 4 methods that help you easily copy iPad to new iPad.
To transfer all data, including apps, settings, photos, videos to a new iPad, you can turn to a professional iOS transfer tool named AOMEI MBackupper. With this tool, you can easily migrate all data from one iPad to another.
Here are some advantages of AOMEI MBackupper below
Click the download button to install this tool. Connect your both iPads to a computer, then follow the steps below.
Step 1. Run AOMEI MBackupper, click the "iPhone to iPhone Transfer" button.
Step 2. Then you will see your devices are listed here, just click "Transfer" button.
✍Note: To transfer some private data, like Health data, please encrypt this iPad migration.
iTunes is the official tool for Apple users to manage the purchased music and videos, and also could be used to transfer data between Apple devices. You could follow the steps below to transfer apps from your old iPad to new iPad.
Step 1. Download and launch the latest iTunes on your PC. Connect your old iPad to computer with USB and remember to tap Trust This Computer on your iPad.
Step 2. Click the phone-shape icon in the upper-left corner in iTunes > Click "Summary" > Click "Back Up Now". You should wait for iTunes backing up your iPad. It might take a few minutes. After the backup is completed, unplug your old iPad.
Step 3. Plug your new iPad into computer and also tap Trust This Computer. Navigate to Summary as you did in Step 2 and click Restore Backup. Select the backup file and click Restore. You should wait until restoration is completed and then check your new iPad.
iTunes is an official tool, so you could totally trust it, while it also has deficiencies. You are not allowed to preview files and filter the data you don’t want to transfer. If you want a flexible transfer plan, you could try the following method.
iCloud storage is a backup service provided by Apple. Every Apple ID got a free 5GB of storage space to backup their data. So if your iCloud storage got enough free space, you can use it to backup your iPad and restore them to the new one. Here are the steps.
Part 1. Enable iCloud backup on your iPad
Step 1. On your old iPad, go "Setting" > Tap "[Your Name]" > "iCloud".
Step 2. Tap "Backup" and make sure the "iCloud Backup" is enabled. Then click "Back Up Now". But you need to make sure the storage space is enough, otherwise iCloud will say not enough space.
Part 2. Restore backup to the new iPad
Now, you have a backup on your iCloud storage. Then power on your new iPad, and follow the steps below.
Note: If it isn't a brand-new iPad, to restore iCloud backup, you may need to wipe your iPad firstly.
Step 1. When you see the setup guide, choose your language and region.
Step 2. Follow the guide to set your Network, passcode/Face ID, and so on.
Step 3. When you see the "Apps & Data" screen, choose "Restore from iCloud Backup".
Step 4. Sign in with your Apple ID, and choose the backup your just created.
Then your apps will be downloaded from the iCloud backup.
It is really convenient to share data between iPhone. You might have used Bluetooth to share photos before and AirDrop could make the process faster. It is a unique feature on Apple devices to let you share everything on your iPad.
Step 1. Press and hold the app you want to transfer on the source iPad and tap the Share button
Step 2. Tap the name of the target device and then it will receive the app.
Hope these methods can help you to transfer apps from old iPad to new iPad, iPad Pro, Air, or mini. The same methods can be applied for moving apps to other iOS devices like transferring data from iPhone to iPhone. iTunes and iCloud are suitable for transferring the whole apps and data. If you just want to transfer one or several applications to another iPad, Airdrop is a good way.