Copy Multiple Contacts from Old iPhone to New iPhone 6/6s

iPhone is different from Android in transferring contacts to new phone. For Android, you can easily get all contacts to new mobile phone by just moving SIM card. But for iPhone, you have to use iCloud sync. And If you plan to transfer only some specific contacts between two iPhone, it seems a little complicated. For you to better understand how to copy contacts from old iPhone to new iPhone, especially when you buy a new iPhone 6/6s, we offer two methods below.

How to Sync All Contacts Between Two iPhones

iCloud sync enables you to easily sync all contacts among iOS devices. To use this feature, you should use the same iCloud account on both of your iPhone, and the whole process of syncing contacts from one iPhone to another is super easy.

Just go to Settings app > iCloud, and enable Contacts on both of your iPhones. And after you turn on iCloud Contacts, it will merge contacts on device and iCloud. After all done, you will have the same contacts on both of your devices.

Sync Contacts Between Two iPhones

Sync Contacts Between Two iPhones

Transfer Multiple Contacts from One iPhone to Another

iCloud can’t help you transfer only a part of contacts from one iPhone to another or sync contacts to a device in a different Apple ID. And what you need are some other tools, such as Email and some professional iPhone transfer tool.

Email is suitable to transfer a small part of contacts – you can attach some contacts to Email and send them to your another email account, and then receive these attached contacts on another iPhone.

Of course, an professional tool, such as AnyTrans, could make iPhone contacts transfer easier and faster, no matter how many contacts you want to transfer between two iPhones. Refer to AnyTrans guide: how to transfer contacts from iPhone to iPhone >>

AnyTrans - transfer contacts from iPhone to iPhone

AnyTrans – transfer contacts from iPhone to iPhone

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