Switching iPhones can be a daunting task, especially if you’re worried about losing all your data. Fortunately, Apple has made it easier than ever to transfer data from one iPhone to another with the Quick Start feature. Here’s how to switch iPhones without losing everything.
First, make sure that your current device is connected to Wi-Fi and that Bluetooth is turned on. Then, connect your new iPhone or iPad to Wi-Fi or your device’s mobile network. You may be asked to activate your mobile service. Once your new device is connected, you’ll be prompted to set up Face ID or Touch ID.
Next, you’ll be asked to choose how you want to transfer your data. You can use Quick Start to transfer data from your old device to your new one. To do this, hold your old device over your new one and follow the on-screen instructions. Your data will be transferred wirelessly.
If you don’t want to use Quick Start, you can also use iCloud or iTunes to transfer your data. With iCloud, you can back up your data and then restore it on your new device. With iTunes, you can back up your data to your computer and then restore it on your new device.
Finally, make sure to transfer any other data that may not have been transferred automatically. This includes contacts, photos, music, and other files. You can transfer these files using iCloud, iTunes, or a third-party app.
Switching iPhones doesn’t have to be a stressful experience. With the Quick Start feature, you can easily transfer your data from one device to another without losing anything. Just make sure to back up your data and transfer any other files that may not have been transferred automatically.