Hey guys today we will discuses How to Transfer files/Photos from your iPhone to your new iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch using Bluetooth.
You can transfer photos, albums directly to another iOS device with iPhoto installed. You can also use AirDrop to send photos to another iOS device that has AirDrop.
If you have a device that supports file sharing via Bluetooth, you can use the Bluetooth file exchange or transfer data. follow the simple steps to send via Bluetooth. To send photos from iPhone to iPhone make sure that the two iPhones are within a discoverable range of each other.
Follow these steps to send a file from your Mac to your device:
Send photos from iPhone to iPhone using Bluetooth
1. Take your Device Which you want to Transfer files via Bluetooth.
2. Make sure that Bluetooth is turned on and that your device is detectable.
3. On your Mac, choose Send File to Device from the Bluetooth () menu.
4. In the window that appears, select the file you want to transfer, and then click Send.
5. Select your device. Click the Pair button that appears next to its name, and then follow the instructions on the Mac and device screen.
6. Click Submit. The file is copied to the default location on the device.
How to view files from your Mac
1. Use the following procedure to view the files stored on your Mac on a Bluetooth device.
2. From the Apple menu, choose System Preferences.
3.Turn on Bluetooth Sharing.
4. Select the folder to share from the Folder menu that is accessible to other users.
5. After Bluetooth sharing is enabled, other Bluetooth devices can browse, view, and download files stored in the shared folder.
Tip: When your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch are removed from the list of available Bluetooth devices place it back in discovery mode and repeat the steps above to pair it again.
Hope this information will help you to transfer photos from iPhone to iPhone using iCloud. When connecting iPhone to iPhone via Bluetooth, you may encounter some problems. Feel free to ask any query related to this issue. Give your feedback in the comment section.