How to Transfer Pokémon Go Account to a New iPhone

Though I have always loved playing games on my iPhone, “Pokémon Go” has taken the penchant to an altogether new level. Rapid battery drain is definitely a concern but it can’t beat the joy that you get after catching Pokémon, can it? No way!

So what if you decide to transfer your Pokémon Go account to a new iPhone? As for instance, you no longer wish to play this cool augmented-reality game on a device which has a poor battery life and are looking to get started with this game on a robust device. Fortunately, it’s quite straightforward to do so.

How to See Which Account You Are Signed Up with Pokémon Go on iPhone

You would want to check out your Google account or Pokémon Trainer Club account which you have used to sign in before going for the transfer process. It’s buried deep in the settings.

Step #1. Launch Pokémon Go on your iOS device.

Step #2. Tap on the Poké Ball at the bottom center of the screen.

Tap on Pokeball in Pokemon on iPhone

Step #3. Now, you need to tap on the Settings icon at the top right corner of the screen.

Tap on Settings in Pokemon on iPhone

Step #4. Scroll all the way down. You will see your current Google account or Pokémon Trainer Club account listed under Sign out option.

View Pokemon Go Signup Email ID on iPhone

How to Transfer Pokémon Go Account to Another iPhone/iPad

As the game is cloud-based, all your data is automatically saved. Hence, you can log into the game from any device and access the items you have won.

Step #1. Launch App Store on your iOS device.

Step #2. Search Pokemon Go. Then, download and install it on your device.

Step #3. Next, you have to open Pokémon Go.

Step #4. Now, sign in with your current Google account or Pokémon Trainer Club account.

That’s it!

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