I would like to move all photos from iPhone 5s to iPad Pro 10.5. I want to move them, not copy or sync. Photos in result should be stored on iPad and deleted from iPhone. I've read this article - https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201313 -

  1. iCloud Photo Library - looks like it will use my iCloud storage. I don't want to upload my photos there and the storage there is relatively small.
  2. Manual approach with iTunes - it will require to have a copy of all photos on my Macbook (which I don't want to do - I hate how Apple store/structure photos).

Is there any other way to achieve what I want? Surely, it should be exactly the same file as shoot on iPhone - the same file size, the same exif data (no recompression!).

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use xender to send photos and if you not have xender open recovery and backup user data and on ipad open recovery and select the backup in restore user data

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