iPads are incredibly portable, and they boast high-resolution display. So, naturally, you might want to move some pictures to your iPad so that you can show off how cute your pet looks to your colleagues at work. If you wish to move some pictures from your Windows computer to your iPad, then you should read this article.
With the help of iTunes, one can transfer pictures from the computer to any iOS device.
- Firstly, you need to get iTunes on the system.
- Launch the browser.
- Open the official Apple websites.
- Click on the iTunes tab located at the upper left section of the page.
- Click on the blue Download iTunes button.
- Now, select whether you want to get iTunes updates, news, and other offers.
- You can also select if you wish to keep yourself updated with Apple news, software updates, etc.
- Enter the email address.
- Select your Location.
- Click on the blue Download Now button.
- Double-click on the downloaded file.
- Follow the on-screen prompts and install iTunes.
- Now, you will be prompted by iTunes to synchronize your iPad.
When you synchronize your iPad with iTunes, you will be able to create a back up of all the data in your iPad. You can back up photos, videos, software, documents, audio files, etc.
- If you have a USB cable for your iPad, then just connect it to the system.
- Go to Computer and see if iPad shows in Portable Devices.
- Now, click on the iTunes shortcut icon located on the desktop.
- When the iTunes launches, click on the iPad tab below Search Library option.
- Click on the Photos option located in the upper bar.
- Now, check the square next to Sync Photos from.
- Click on My Pictures.
- Select the Choose folder option from the pull-down list.
- Select the folder where the pictures are located. You can individually select the pictures you wish to transfer, or you can do so collectively.
- Click on the Select Folder button located at the lower right side of the window.
- You can select if you want to sync pictures of all folders or selected folders.
- Check the box next to Include Videos if you want to sync videos as well.
- When satisfied, click on the Apply button at the bottom right corner of the window.
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