This article was published on October 20, 2021

Transfer all your data to your new iPhone 13 with this all-in-one manager

Transfer all your data to your new iPhone 13 with this all-in-one manager
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So you have the shiny new iPhone 13 in your hands. Congratulations! The latest iPhone refresh boasts new sizes, new colors, significant camera improvements, the A15 chip, 5G technology, and a ton of other nifty features. It’s an upgrade worth your money, and now that you have it in your possession, the next step is to transfer your data from your old iPhone. 

There are multiple options in which you can do this; you can transfer files via the cloud, or you can go the old school route and do it through iTunes. However, if you want your data migration to go without a hitch, your best bet is to use an all-in-one manager like AnyTrans.

Made to accommodate your iPhone, iPad, iPod, iTunes, and iCloud content, AnyTrans enables you to transfer, manage, and back up iOS data in the easiest and fastest way possible. It has all the features to help you converge your entire Apple tech collection, consolidating access to all your content in a single place. You can get your hands on pretty much everything, including photos, videos, music, voice memos, books, iMessages, browsing history, call logs, and more. Whatever file it is, wherever it is stored, the manager will ensure that it’ll get backed up. 

AnyTrans also offers efficient and minimalist control over all your iOS data. You can transfer everything in a single click, and with backing up, you can save data in various formats for printing purposes. It’s incredibly versatile, too, offering flexible and accurate data and file restoration options: full or selective restore or multiple backup resources. 

More than 10 million users have trusted AnyTrans to transfer and backup their important data. For a limited time, you can grab a lifetime subscription to the platform for $29.99—62 percent off the usual cost of $79.

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