iBooks takes up too much space on your iPhone or iPad? Maybe you need the tutorial to help transfer some books you have read already to computer to make more extra room on iPhone/iPad.
Primo iPhone Data Recovery gives you an efficient way to transfer your iBooks from iPhone to computer. Download it to have a try now.
For those who love reading, there must be piles of books stored on your iPhone or iPad. A user tells us she has probably accumulated 100 or so ebooks on her iPhone, and now she need to seek a way to transfer these books from iPhone to computer since the storage space seems to cannot shoulder anymore. If as the user, you are facing the similar problem, try the following 3 methods to transfer and backup books in iBooks on iPhone/iPad to computer.
If there are not so many books on iPhone or iPad to transfer, this method is a nice try.
What is Primo iPhone Data Recovery? It is a professional iOS data recovery tool. And you can use it to transfer and backup books on iPhone or iPad to computer.
- It permits you to preview basic information of the book you want to transfer such as the book’s name, artist or size.
- It enables to selectively choose the target books you wish to back up to transfer. Also you can select all your hundreds of books to transfer at one time.
- It even supports recovering books in iBooks you once deleted from iPhone or iPad.
- It provides you with 3 recovery choices – from iDevice as well as iTunes/iCloud backup.
Designed to fit effortlessly into your iPhone data recovery.Download Now
Step 1. Download and install Primo iPhone Data Recovery to Mac or PC. Run it and then connect your iPhone or iPad to computer. On the homepage, choose Recover from iOS Device and then click Next to start scan.
Step 2. Check the box next to iBooks and then click Recover to transfer the book to Mac or PC computer.
With Primo iPhone Data Recovery, restoring data from iTunes or iCloud backup won’t erase any current data on your iPhone or iPad. It extracts data you need from iTunes or iCloud backup. Why not to get it to explore more >>
Lydia Member of @PrimoSync team, an optimistic Apple user, willing to share solutions about iOS related problems.