at the same time Black Friday sales begin today, Google published “4 Ways to Get a Pixel Easily” this afternoon. The blog post is very open to those “waiting for a Pixel 7 or Pixel 7 Pro as a gift [themselves] Or anyone else, but going from iOS to Pixel seems like more of an expense than a gift.” Apple did Some similarities Before iPhone 14.
Google is addressing concerns in four areas of support, which focus on different offerings compared to past years while interacting directly with the customer.
All you have to do is connect that old phone to your Pixel 7, and then selected data – such as contacts, photos and messages – will be transferred. And the whole process takes about 30 minutes on average!
The highlight for potential buyers and giveaways of the 7 and 7 Pro is that “your Pixel device can send and receive messages with all other Android devices and iPhones,” noting recent efforts like support for Google iMessage-Response In the Messages app.
We recommend that you make sure that iMessage does not intercept your messages when you switch to unregister your phone number from iMessage.
The organization is now affiliated privacy.apple.com if Transfer From iCloud Photos to Google Photos. It notes that Google accounts come with 15GB of storage — or “three times the storage you’re likely to use” — a case of mystery about iCloud’s 5GB promise all these years later.
The recommended transfer is to connect your old iPhone to your new Pixel 7 with a cable, as more data is transferred this way (vs. Switch to Android Apps over Wi-Fi) Google introduces this new category:
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