Transfer Music from Old iPhone to New iPhone SE Directly

This week, Apple released its powerful small iPhone SE, with A9 advanced chip, 12-megapixel camera and 4K videos. In this Spring, you may have decided to get one. So after that, you may would like to put all of your songs from your old iPhone to this new iPhone SE.

How to Transfer Music Between Two iPhone

Airdrop may be your favorite feature on iPhone to share files to another iOS device or to a Mac. But it couldn’t support music sharing. So you may considered to use iTunes to sync songs from one iPhone to another and put music to your iPhone SE. But it’s well known that iTunes doesn’t allow you to sync from iPhone to computer or directly to another iPhone. So is there some simple method to transfer from iPhone to iPhone?

In this post, we will use a professional transfer software – AnyTrans to copy iTunes library to your new bought iPhone SE, which is quite simple. After downloading this software, we can easily make it by following 3 steps.

Step 1. Open AnyTrans, and connect both of old iPhone and iPhone SE to computer via USB cables. Choose old iPhone panel.

Select Old iPhone Panel - iPhone SE Music Transfer

Select Old iPhone Panel – iPhone SE Music Transfer

Step 2. Click Audio > Music on old iPhone panel.

Select Music Category -  iPhone SE Music Transfer

Select Music Category – iPhone SE Music Transfer

Step 3. Select songs and click “To Device” to put songs to iPhone SE.

Preivew Songs and Transfer - iPhone SE Music Transfer

Preivew Songs and Transfer – iPhone SE Music Transfer

Source: How to Transfer Music from iPhone to iPhone – iMobie

One thought on “Transfer Music from Old iPhone to New iPhone SE Directly

  1. This DOES NOT work. It will not properly transfer to new iPhone se. ALl you get is an error message that there is a transfer error.

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