The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro devices have shipped to Apple fans around the world. Tons of people will restore their new iPhone from an iCloud backup , and they're creating more work for themselves. As pointed out by Apple expert John Gruber , it's better to do a device-to-device transfer. When you choose to restore your new iPhone from an iCloud backup, most of your accounts will be logged out, thus creating a lot more work for you to get everything back to fully operational. When you do a device-to-device transfer, your accounts remain logged in, so once the transfer is done, you can start using your new phone more quickly. RELATED What Is Apple’s iCloud and What Does It Back Up? Yes, a device-to-device transfer might take a bit longer than an iCloud backup for the actual process, but you'll more than make up that time by not having to go through all of your accounts to log them in again. According to Gruber , Apple has made some substantial improvements to the device-to-device transfer process over the years, so even if you've given it a shot before, it might be worth trying again. RELATED What to… Read full this story
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