Gone are the days of holding a real photo album to show your friends of your latest vacation. If you want to share photos you took with iPad Pro/Air/mini, you can transfer them to your friend's or family's iPhone, iPad or Android device. We have discussed how to transfer photos from iPad to Android before. In this tutorial, we will show you how to transfer photos between iPads.
Actually, if you only need to share the photos between your own iPads, you can use Photo Stream to reach your goal. However, if you want to transfer these pictures to your friend's iPad, Apple's Lightning to USB Camera Adapter or FonePaw DoTrans for iOS is needed.
Better than Lightning to USB Camera Adapter, you can directly download FonePaw DoTrans on your computer without waiting the delivery. This all-round desktop application allows you to directly transfer photos from iPad to iPad. Below is the step-by-step guide.
2 Steps to Copy iPad Photos to Another iPad
1. Connect both iPads to computer
First of all, you need to download and install the program on your computer by clicking the "Download" buttons above. Then, launch the program and connect both the iPads to computer. This software will detect your device automatically and show you an interface as below. You can select the source device in the dropdown list on the top side.
2. Transfer photos from iPad to iPad
Click "Photos" tab under the source device and preview all pictures. Then, make all photos you wish to copy to another iPad and click Export to Device icon to click the iPad's name (Destination iPad). This program will move all pictures you selected in minutes.
Tip: Before transferring, you can do more with this smart iOS transferring program:
Right click on certain item to preview the photo or check the photo info lest you would copy the wrong picture.
Check all iPad photos by category. The pictures are categorized in panoramas, selfies, live photos, videos and more.
Create a new album to save some selected photos or add from computer.
With FonePaw DoTrans, you can transfer photos, videos, songs, playlists, ringtones, TV shows, audiobooks, music videos, podcasts, iTunes U, voice memos, contacts as well as eBooks between any two iOS devices. For example, transfer contacts from iPhone to iPhone or transfer music from iPod to iPhone.