Transferring data from an old iPhone to a new model is quite challenging, especially if you don't know the easiest method to do it. 

How To Use iPhone Quick Start? This Feature Makes Data Transfer From Old To New Apple Smartphone Easier
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Right now, Apple is releasing new versions of its popular smartphone year after year as consumers tend to look for better devices that could suit their needs more efficiently. 

The giant tech manufacturer started to release new astounding iPhone lineups ever since the global COVID-19 pandemic arrived, which forced many people across the globe to stay in their houses to avoid contracting the deadly virus. 

Because of this, they have no choice but to rely on their gadgets to avoid getting bored.

Many Apple consumers are trying to pre-order the latest iPhone 13 model since their old ones seem to be a little outdated. If you are one of them, here's what you need to do once your new iPhone arrives. 

iPhone Quick Start as Best Data Transfer Method

According to ZDNet's latest report, iPhone 13 owners are currently having a hard time when it comes to setting up their new Apple smartphones. 

How To Use iPhone Quick Start? This Feature Makes Data Transfer From Old To New Apple Smartphone Easier

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They are currently experiencing some issues with their iCloud accounts since the servers are usually overused as many users try to move their files and documents from one gadget to another. 

Although this is the case, they still have two remaining methods to transfer their data. These include manually installing all their apps and transferring their information, wirelessly or wired, from an old iPhone to a new one. 

But, the best feature you can rely on would still be Apple's Quick Start. To give you more ideas, here's how you can use it.  

How To Use Quick Start? 

The official Apple Support page provided a quick guide on how to use iPhone's advanced Quick Start feature: 

  1. The first thing you need to do is activate your new smartphone, which would feature the Quick Start function on its screen after a few seconds. 
  2. After that, hold your old device, which has all your data, near the new model. Once you do that, an animation would appear on your new handset. 
  3. You need to align the animation logo with the viewfinder of your old Apple smartphone. 
  4. Just wait for the message "Finish on New [Device]" to complete the process.

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