How to Transfer All Data from Old iPhone/iTunes Backup/iCloud Backup to iPhone X

On September 12th, at 10 a.m., Apple Corp held a new product conference at the new headquarters in the United States. It was the first time that the conference site was selected at the newly constructed Steve Jobs theatre. At the press conference, Apple has released five products including Apple Watch Series 3, Apple TV 4K, iPhone 8/8 Plus, as well as iPhone X. Among them, the most interesting is the iPhone X, “X” in Rome digital represents the number 10, representing Apple 10th anniversary.

iPhone X uses a screen size of 5.8 inches, resolution of 2436 * 1125 pixels, and for the first time using the OLED material. Different from the general screen of the general mobile phone, iPhone X belongs to the cutting full screen, and the screen is reserved for the receiver, infrared camera and so on. In addition, the iPhone X screen is also equipped with HDR display, 3D, Touch, color temperature adjustment and other functions.

In the camera, iPhone X uses a dual 12 million pixel camera, wide-angle lens aperture, telephoto lens aperture F1.8 upgrade to F2.4, double lens optical image stabilization, and the use of four LED lights. Zero delay shutter, you can more accurately seize the critical moment. Front camera 7 million pixels, aperture F2.2, with depth of field identification function, you can shoot portrait mode self timer.

In terms of hardware configuration, iPhone X and iPhone 8 series is exactly the same, equipped with the latest generation of A11 Bionic processor and M11 coprocessor, using 64 bit architecture, there are 6 billion transistors. A11 Bionic processor consists of six core processors, of which two of the performance of the core, compared to A10 faster 25%, four small core performance compared to A10 faster 70%. GPU is equipped with apple designed a new graphics processing chip, compared to A10’s image processing and rendering ability of 30% higher, but the power consumption has dropped by half. And has dual core neural network engine module, specializing in iPhone X facial recognition images.

So, as the iPhone fans as you, you certainly won’t miss such a wonderful smart phone. When you getting a new iPhone X to replace the old iPhone, you must be interested in how to transfer all the data from your old iPhone to iPhone X, or looking for a simple way to restore your data from iTunes/iCloud backup to the new iPhone, right? In fact, instead of using a few tedious methods, I’ll recommend a simpler method in this article, that is the Phone Transfer.

Phone Transfer is the all-in-one yet effective data transfer program that can directly transfer all the data including music, contacts, photos, videos, text messages, calendars, apps and other files from one iPhone to another in a click. What’s more, you can restore the data from iTunes/iCloud backup files to any iPhone selectively. Next, please follow we guide below to learn how to use this tool.


Steps to Transfer Data from iPhone/Backup to iPhone X

First of all, download, install and launch the Phone Transfer on your computer, then you can see the primary interface as the below picture.

Part 1: Directly Transfer Data from iPhone to iPhone X

Step 1. Choose “Phone to Phone Transfer” and click on “Start” to enter transfer mode.

Step 2. Connect both of your old iPhone and iPhone X to your computer, and please ensure that the old iPhone is displayed on the left, and the iPhone X is displayed on the right, if not, you can simple press “Flip” to exchange theirs position.

Step 3. When your iPhones are detected by the software, then you can select the file types as you like and click on “Start Transfer” to sync the selected data to iPhone X in a click.

Part 2: Transfer Data from iCloud Backup File to iPhone X

Step 1. Select “Restore from Backups” > “iCloud” in the main window.

Step 2. Sign in your iCloud account and connect your iPhone X to computer.

Step 3. Select an iCloud backup file as you liked to download it to your computer.

Step 4. When the download is completed, select the file types that you want to transfer, and press “Start Transfer” to sync it to your iPhone X in a click.

Note: If you want to replace your iPhone X’s data, you can use the “Clear data before copy” feature to erase it with ease.

Part 3. Transfer Data from iTunes Backup File to iPhone X

Step 1. Select the solution of “Restore from Backups”. In the options provided, choose “iTunes”. At the same time, choose your iPhone X to computer via USB cable.

Step 2. Choose an iTunes backup file as you wanted on the displayed list and check the file type that you want to restore to your iPhone X.

Note: You can tick “clear data before copy” to erase all the data on your iPhone X before switching the data to.

Step 3. If done, click on “Start Transfer” to transfer the selected data from iTunes backup to iPhone X in a click.