Apple has launched a new app called Move to iOS which help the users transfer their essential data to their iOS device over Wi-Fi when switching phones.
According to the Verge, this is the first Android app released by Apple.
The app allows the users to migrate to iOS with just a few steps and they can transfer their content automatically and securely from their Android device with the Move to iOS app, which covers contacts, calendars, email accounts, message history and their camera roll.
The app will automatically set up a private Wi-Fi network and request a security code from the user and then transfer all the data.
The app should help people switch to the new iPhones when they launch on September 25th. It works with previous iPhones as well and is compatible with Android devices running KitKat 4.0 or newer.