Switching from an old phone to a new phone is not usually a nice thing, | and owners of devices with a bite apple in a character have this situation a little easier. Thanks to the new version of iOS 12.4 (which must run on both the source and the target phone), you can do without backup to iCloud or iTunes when migrating data, but you can also use a local wireless network or cable connection.
As 9to5mac.com reports, the first time you start up, just hold the old phone near the new one. This may not work right now as iPhones with an older iOS version are still sold, but they should all have 12.4 since August. Then just follow the wizard that will ask you for Apple ID and other passwords. You must have Internet access in addition to connected phones to download additional information.
When you use a wireless network, the two devices agree on transmission, a little more complicated by cable transmission, which requires no additional hardware. Specifically, it is Lightning to USB 3 Camera Adapter on one side and Lightning to USB Cable on the other.
These options come in handy to people who have more data on their phone than their iCloud has. It will also be appreciated by anyone who would wait for a long time to sync due to a bad connection. Last but not least, it will make it easier for sales people to transfer data from phone to phone quickly and easily on site.