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How do you transfer pics from your iPhone to iPad

Tmurray315

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How to transfer pics from iPhone to iPad I have videos on iPhone and want them on my iPad
 

djransom

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May 14, 2008
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If you have an iCloud account then you should have Photostream available as well which allows you to see pics taken on one device on your other iOS devices as well.
 
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pat park

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Nov 29, 2011
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Camera connection kit and USB cable. You plug the kit into the iPad and run the USB cable from the kit to your iPhone. The iPad will auto transfer the pics. You can choose all or individual pics.
 
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Oman

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Jun 23, 2008
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if your using a PC, when you plug your iPhone in you should get the prompt to import pictures and videos. Just import your videos from your phone to your computer, then plug your iPad to your computer and put the videos in the movies folder and your done!
 
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wharzhee

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Apr 27, 2010
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oo yea, jus noticed that.. then why did he put transfer pic on the heading.

i dont know of any good ways, i wouldnt want to transfer videos, but i think there is one way, but it sounds awfully painful.

plug in my iphone, move out the video, put it in a folder, sync that folder to the ipad. lol
 
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djransom

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If he has a Mac he can import the videos in to iPhoto and then import them to the iPad as well. I've done this with home videos.
 
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sparkstsa

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Mar 12, 2010
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When we are on vacation, every night I dump all our pictures and video from our iPhones and our digital camera to the iPad with the camera connection kit.
 
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diane143

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Oct 25, 2008
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Wow there is really no way built in? I looked at Bluetooth and the phone and iPad won't see each other. Bump requires you to sign up. I don't want to turn on photo stream and have 700 pix sync just to look at a dozen on the iPad. I guess I'll Dropbox them!
 
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whtrbt7

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Jun 8, 2011
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iPhoto now is awesome for pic transfers. I have photostream set up but it isn't always the best method even though it's automatic.
 
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Drag'nGT

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Sep 20, 2008
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iPhoto for iOS
Mac with iTunes
Camera connection kit
email
iCloud (photostream)
 
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alau0115

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Sep 12, 2009
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0m3ga

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Mar 1, 2012
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Try "Photo Transfer" app on iPad/iPhone. Just installed it in order to transfer a video captured by iPhone 4S to an iPad. It works great and the interface is quite intuitive and simple. Works over wifi or bluetooth. I found this app by following the link below...


http://ipadinsight.com/ipad-tips-tricks/how-to-get-videos-from-iphone-to-ipad-without-itunes-sync


Also tried to transfer multiple photos in one shot between iPad and another iPad..

Yep, photo transfer app in the app store. Transfer photo or video to Mac, PC, iPhone, or iPad via wifi or Bluetooth. This is a great app.
 
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OTACORB

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Another vote for Photosync, it works great. Has software you can download for your Mac and also works with iPod's, iPads and iPhones. I love being able to wirelessly send photos to family members.
 
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