Copy your old data to your new iPhone 5

Posted by Admin on Dec 19, 2012 in iPhone 5 |

If your old iPhone was running iOS 5 or iOS 6, you can use the iCloud to copy your data to your new iDevice. Navigate to Settings > iCloud > Storage & Backup on your device and make sure it’s “On”. You’ll need a Wi-Fi connection and it will likely take some time. Note: you can also do this through iTunes which may be a quicker option).

You can copy your Contacts onto the iPhone 5′s new nano-SIM card and stick it into your new iPhone 5, then go to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Import SIM Contact. If you don’t have a nano-SIM in your old phone, you can export your contacts. Different phones have different methods. One of the simplest ways, if you are switching from an Android handset, is to save your contacts in Gmail and then set up your Gmail account on your iPhone 5 via Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars. You’ll have the opportunity to import them.

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