iOS 15: Apple wants to convert Android users by improving the “Move to iOS” application
In addition to the announcement of iOS 15, Apple has also made changes to its “Move to iOS” app on Android. This is intended to help users transfer their data to iPhone.
Whether you want to switch from an iPhone to an Android smartphone or vice versa, the migration process is often quite straightforward. To make the switch to iOS easier for Android users, Apple introduced the Move to iOS application in 2015. This can be downloaded for free from the Google Play Store, and until now allowed you to transfer a certain amount of data.
Indeed, users wanting to migrate to iOS could easily transfer their contacts, message history, photos and videos, web bookmarks, email account information, calendars, DRM-free songs or even mobile funds. ‘screen. However, with the arrival of iOS 15, Apple took advantage of this new generation to improve its application.
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Move to iOS will become even more convenient
The “Move to iOS” application will be equipped with new features on the occasion of the release of iOS 15 this fall, in the hope of converting even more Android smartphone users. Indeed, the application is now able to transfer photo albums, files, folders and accessibility settings from their Android devices to their new iPhones. Apple devices will therefore be configured more quickly as their old Android smartphones were..
Apple also makes it easy to download the Move to iOS app. The company has implemented a QR code that Android users can scan to access the download link on the Google Play Store. Despite Apple’s efforts to convert Android users, the American giant has above all seen its number of fans drop. In fact, nearly 26% of iPhone users migrated to Android in 2020.
For now, iOS 15 is only available in beta. The changes to the “Move to iOS” application have not yet rolled out, but they should be available to everyone when iOS 15 launches this fall. Will these new features convince you to switch to apple?
Source: Mac Rumors