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Can iPhone WiFi Transfer Work Without WiFi

Some people ask us for help that whether this iPhone WiFi Transfer works well or not without WiFi network. It can transfer photos and videos as well if there is no Wifi network. Turn on Hotspot in “Settings” on the iOS device, and join the Hotspot network on another device. But this method only works for

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Transfer Photos and Videos from iPhone to Laptop Wirelessly

If your computer is not a Windows PC or Mac machine, it is a laptop. Can the iPhone WiFi Transfer transfer photos and videos between iOS devices and laptop? The answer is positive. For this case, there is no need to use the iPhone WiFi Transfer for Windows and Mac versions. The iPhone WiFi Transfer

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Transfer Photos and Videos between Two iPhones

Have you ever come across such situation as you have used iPhone4 for a long time, and you have got a new iPhone5 recently? Would you like to send all your photos and videos to your new iPhone? Do you know how to achieve this? In this article we will show you a new wireless

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Transfer Photos and Videos from iPhone to iPad

Some people ask me for help: “I have an iPhone and my friend has an iPad. We would like to share some of our pictures and videos with each other. But we don’t have USB cable at hand. How can we achieve this purpose without any cable?” Traditionally, you need iTunes and USB cable to

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Great Photos and Videos Wireless Transfer

Traditionally, iOS devices users sync photos and  videos to computer with iTunes. Have you ever felt troublesome to use iTunes, for example, you leave behind your USB cable, or you have lost USB cable. Then you will not be able to achieve your purpose. Is there some wireless method to transfer photos and videos from

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