There are several ways to transfer files from a Samsung smartphone to an iPhone, depending on the specific models of the devices and the type of files you want to transfer. Here are some options you can try:
Use a third-party app: There are several apps available that allow you to transfer files between Android and iOS devices, such as Shareit, Xender, and Zapya. Simply install the app on both devices, follow the on-screen instructions to connect the devices, and select the files you want to transfer.
Use iCloud or Google Drive: If you have a Samsung phone running Android and an iPhone, you can use iCloud or Google Drive to transfer files between the devices. Simply upload the files you want to transfer to iCloud or Google Drive from the Samsung phone, then download them from iCloud or Google Drive to the iPhone.
Use a computer: If you have a computer with a USB port, you can connect both the Samsung phone and the iPhone to the computer and use it to transfer files between the devices. Simply access the phone’s storage as if it were an external hard drive and copy the files you want to transfer to the other device.
Use Bluetooth: If both devices support Bluetooth, you can use Bluetooth to transfer files between the devices. Simply turn on Bluetooth on both devices, pair the devices, and use the Bluetooth transfer feature to send the files.
Note that the specific steps for transferring files between devices may vary depending on the models of the devices and the version of their operating systems. If the steps above do not work for your devices, you may need to refer to their user manuals or search online for instructions specific to your models.