Apple is greatly known for its tightly closed ecosystem and how one device interacts with the other. The handoff feature is really handy if you want your Apple devices to communicate with each other and send files or photos. Apple introduced some gestures in the past that proved to be quite helpful if you want to send photos from your iPhone to your iPad and vice versa. If you are unfamiliar, we will teach you how to copy photos and text from your iPhone to your iPad using gestures. Scroll down to read more details on the subject.
How to Send Photos and Text From Your iPhone to iPad Using Nothing But Gestures
Apple has implemented several gesture-based inputs in its devices like shake to undo. However, the company brought a few more gestures to the table that allows devices to communicate with each other and send photos. If you are unfamiliar with the mechanism, we will teach you how to copy photos from your iPhone and paste them into your iPad. Simply follow the step-by-step instructions below.
1. The first thing that you have to do is launch the Photos app and open the photo. Take note that you can also copy text from one device to another by selecting it.
2. Now pinch in with three fingers over the photo or selected text to copy it.
3. On your iPad or another iPhone, launch the Notes app.
4. Now, simply pinch out or expand with three fingers in the empty feild to paste.
You can paste the text or photos in the Notes app and then save it to the Photos app. This is all that you have to do to copy and paste photos or text from one device to the other using gestures. The feature is pretty helpful if you have multiple devices and want to copy your notes or photos.
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