You have a new iPhone and want to synchronize the backup of your old one? ULTIMATE TECH NEWS explains how the switch via iCloud or iTunes works.
The switch from Android to iOS was pretty hairy – what is with Apple’s first Android App Move to iOS but after eight years of iPhone finally dissolves into thin air. Even in the transition from old to new i Phones but there are observed some.ULTIMATE TECH NEWS explains how the switch works without problems.
Step 1: Know your Apple ID?
Less savvy iPhone users to use their Apple ID only for one thing: Downloading Apps. If you get a new iPhone, you can continue using the old ID easily – and you should too. For your Apple ID is not only the key to App Store, but remembers every purchase made, stores with activated i Cloud synchronization, SMS and i Messages, calendar entries, contacts, and just about everything is on your iPhone. Optionally, even photos. So before you get started: Make a note of your Apple ID and password. They can be found in the settings under “iTunes & App Store”.
Step 2: Create iPhone Backup
Now you create a backup of your data. Either go the iPhone menu to the point “i Cloud”Move the slider to green and tick all the points that you want to keep. A tip: In “Key chain” stores the i Cloud even Wi-Fi passwords. Now go to the point “backup”. There you create a backup, if that is not already done. While the backup you need to connect your iPhone to the wireless network. Since this may take several hours, we recommend that you at bedtime to initiate the backup process. Alternatively, connect your iPhone to the computer via cable. The program iTunes puts on request to a full backup, including all app passwords. Instructions for both methods, see the following photo gallery.
Step 3: Activate new iPhone
Do you have a backup in the i Cloud or via iTunes applied, you should now activate your new iPhone. When you first start you will be greeted in several languages successively – do not worry, you do not have to wait in German. By wiping you reach the language selection. After a few simple steps, Apple will ask you to enter your Apple ID (see Step 1)Then select whether you want to put the iPhone fresh or want to select a iTunes or i Cloud backup.
Step 4: play backup
Opt for iTunes version, you will be calling on the iPhone via cable to connect to iTunes to manufacture. iTunes will then automatically provide the backup you just created your old i Phones and play either. Once you have decided for the i Cloud variant displays your new iPhone, that there is a backup. Select it, confirm any prompts and then it downloads all data from i Cloud. This can sometimes take several hours due to the large amounts of data of several gigabytes, you should definitely be in the WLAN network.