iPad Pro is available to order on Apple.com and Apple stores earlier today. The 12.9-inch tablet has attracted much attention since it released in September, and its accessories, Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard, also add people’s interests. Many fans have started experience the tablet with Apple Pencil in Apple stores, and most of them give high praises to the excellent display of iPad Pro and the enhanced speakers. iPad Pro is equipped with 4 speakers, two at the top and two at bottom, therefore, iPad Pro is good for listening to music.

If you are using iPhone, you may want to transfer music from iPhone to iPad Pro so that you can get your favorite songs in your iPad Music app without downloading or syncing them again. If you are using iTunes, you are able to transfer the purchased albums back to iTunes Music Library, and then sync to your iPad Pro again. Syncing files from one iOS device to another with iTunes is a little complicated, and iTunes will erase all the albums and playlists in your iPad Pro when you sync music. If people don’t want to lose music in their iPad Pro, they will want to figure out a way to transfer music from iPhone to iPad Pro without iTunes.

How to transfer music from iPhone to iPad Pro without iTunes? iPhone users will need a piece of third-party iPhone transfer software to solve this problem. Among all the iPhone transfer programs, Leawo iTransfer supports to transfer files without iTunes. This software is used for transferring files among iOS devices, iTunes and computers, and it can help users to get rid of the sync of iTunes completely. The following guidance will show you how to transfer music from iPhone to iPad Pro without iTunes, and you can free download the software to have a try.

How to Transfer Music from iPhone to iPad Pro without iTunes

Step 1. Run Leawo iTransfer and connect both iOS devices to computer with USB cables.
Step 2. Click the name of iPhone and choose Music in the left sidebar. The songs will display in the right part.
Step 3. Click the transfer button at the right bottom to transfer all songs. Or hold Ctrl/Shift key to select certain songs, and right-click the selected song, then choose Transfer to > iPad Pro.
Step 4. Check Transfer to List and choose iPad Pro as a target in the pop-up dialog after clicking the transfer button. Then click Transfer Now at the right bottom to start transferring music from iPhone to iPad Pro.

When the transfer finishes, you will get the songs in the iPad Pro Music app. Leawo iTransfer is also helpful for other data transfers of iPhone, iPad and iPod, for example, you can transfer text messages to new iPhone with the help of this software.

If people don’t need the songs or playlists on their iPhone, they can download and install several streaming music apps so that they can enjoy the songs anytime they have Wi-Fi connected. The following part will introduce you 5 most popular streaming music apps for iPad Pro, except the built-in Apple Music.

Top 5 Streaming Music Apps for iPad Pro

Name Logo Monthly Fee Advertised Maximum Library Size Max Bitrate Free Option
Spotify Spotify $9.99 More than 30 Million 320 Kbps Yes, with ads
Rdio Rdio Select: $3.99; Web Only: $4.99; Unlimited: $9.99 35 million 320 Kbps Yes, with ads
Pandora Pandora $4.99 1 million 192Kbps Yes, with ads
Tidal Tidal Premium: $9.99; HiFi: $19.99 25 million 1,411 Kbps No
Rahpsody Rahpsody unRadio: $4.99; Premier: $9.99 More than 32 million 320Kbps No