Because the iOS device doesn't allow its user to put any external memory card into itself, storage space of it is so limited and that is why you can't store too many media files on your iOS device. For example, if you are a fun of photography, then you may also have a lot of photos on your iOS device. And if you always enjoy watching videos on your iOS device, such as new iPad Pro, then you may have encountered the situation that your iPad Pro or iPad Air/iPad Mini went crash. So, let's just suppose that you have an iPad Pro since the iOS devices are almost the same.
When you have stored too many media files on your iPad Pro, you need to do a spring clean regularly to keep it performs smoothly. But, how should you do with the photos you took and the videos you like? I prefer to transfer them to the computer and store them forever on the computer. I do it often, because I hate it when my iPhone acts slowly. The tool I use to help me is the iFreeUp for Windows and iFreeUp for Mac , a nice third party application all around the world. The reason why I don't use the iTunes is that it is really cumbersome. While the iFreeUp is so awesome for its interface is understandable which makes it is so easy to use.
I'd like to introduce it to you, and if you find it interesting do give it a try after reading this article.
You can download this application on your Windows computer or your Mac computer. But you need to choose the right version for your computer. And if you want a free trial before payment, the iFreeUp will also give you a free trial version. Now, here is a detailed instruction for your reference.
As what I said, download a right version for your computer and install it. Then launch this application on your computer and connect your iPad Pro or iPad Air / iPad Mini to it with a USB cable.
#1. Import the media files from computer to iPad Pro
Tap on the option of “File Manager” on the primary window. Then choose the exact item that you want to import. For example, if you want to import the photos, then you click on the item of “Photo” on the left column of the primary window. Then, it will show you all the photos on your iPad Pro. Now, since you want to import photos, click on the “Import” button on the lower right. Then you will see a window pop up, from which you need to choose the photos that you want to import from your computer. Finally, click on “OK” and the iFreeUp will do the task automatically for you.
#2. Export the media files from iPad Pro to computer
You click “File Manager” and then “Photo” or some other item of media files. Then you will see all the media files on the primary window. Just check the one that you like, and then click on the “Export” button on the lower right.
Just try it, iFreeUp is the best tool for you to do iPad Pro data backup and restore easily.