Whether you’re a lifelong Android user or first-time smartphone owner, bringing home your first iPhone is an exciting experience. If you’ve just made the switch – or are still thinking about switching – and are worried about getting all your content off your old Android phone, the guide below will help you through the transfer.
Apple’s Move to iOS app makes it simple to migrate the most important content on your Android device to your new iPhone. With the Move to iOS app, you can transfer your:
On your new iPhone:
Grab your old Android device and follow these steps to start moving the content:
The data will then start transferring to your iPhone. The only thing you’ll have to do is log in to your email accounts once they’ve transferred over.
Unfortunately, Move to iOS can’t transfer all your data; you’ll still need to manually load any apps, music, PDFs and books you want on your new iPhone.
Now that the transfer is complete, you’re ready to start using your new iPhone. If you find that you’re having trouble getting the hang of using an iPhone, check out the posts below. We have tons of useful content on a variety of features – from using advanced items like Siri and FaceTime to completing basic tasks like texting and emailing.
With your new iPhone, you can easily text with one hand or your voice or by sending images and video. Check out this post to learn five tips to help you text like a pro on your new iPhone:
Your new iPhone has a lot of helpful features to make it easier to manage the email accounts you just transferred. This piece will show you how to set up your email and manage your messages:
There’s no shortage of game-changing features on the latest iPhones, but the cameras on the Xs and Xs Max are particularly impressive. This blog post will help you take amazing portrait images with the newest iPhone models:
Screenshots are a terrific way to capture and share important (or just plain funny) moments on your phone. This post will teach you how to take screenshots on your iPhone and share them with friends and family:
When your phone’s battery dies, it can be a major hassle. To help your phone power through, check out this post featuring battery-saving tips for your iPhone:
You can use your new iPhone to make everyday tasks easier with convenient Siri shortcuts. This post teaches you how to set up and use Siri shortcuts:
Your new iPhone comes equipped with the FaceTime app for making video calls. This tutorial teaches you how to set up FaceTime, make video calls in the app, switch from a standard call to a video chat and more:
Ready to make the switch? Head to your local AT&T store to browse our extensive selection of the latest and greatest iPhones and accessories.