Apple has published a new page that’s designed specifically to help current Android users switch to the iOS platform when they pick up their new device(iPhone 6,iPhone 6 plus 0r iPhone 5). The guide introduce move file/data from their andriod device to their new iPhone includes instructions on transferring Mail, Contacts, Calendars, Photos, Videos, Music, Books, Documents, and Apps and highlights a number of third-party apps to get the job done.
Apple also highlights some of its own apps in the guide by recommending users download Numbers, Pages, and Keynote for document editing after transferring files over to a new iPhone. For music, Apple offers instructions for pulling music off an Android device using and syncing it to an iPhone using iTunes. As for getting apps over to your new iPhone, you’re on your own:
“You’ll probably find the apps you’re already using on the App Store. Go to the App Store, search for the apps you have now, and install them. Then sign in with your user name and password.”
View Apple’s full guide for transferring data from an Android phone to iPhone 6/5S/5/5C/4S/4 HERE.
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