If you are making a switch from Android to iPhone, you will find below an easy method to transfer Contacts from Android to iPhone.
Transfer Contacts From Android to iPhone
As you must be aware, all the Contacts on your Android Phone will be available in your Gmail Account linked to your Android Phone.
Similarly, iPhone Contacts live on iCloud and they can be easily accessed by logging into your iCloud Account linked to your Apple ID.
Hence, the easiest way to transfer Contacts From Android to iPhone is to Sync Android Contacts to Gmail, download them to computer and import the downloaded Contacts File to your iCloud Account.
1. Sync Android Contacts to Gmail
The first step is to make sure that all your Android Contacts are available for download in your Gmail Account.
1.1. Open Settings on your Android Phone and tap on Accounts.
1.2. On Accounts screen, tap on Google.
1.3. On Google screen, select your Gmail Account.
1.4. On the next screen, move the toggle next to Contacts to ON position.
As mentioned above, this step ensures that all your Android Contacts get synced to the Gmail Account linked to your Android Phone.
2. Download Contacts From Gmail to Computer
The second step is to download Contacts from your Gmail Account to computer.
2.1. Using a Mac or PC, login to your Gmail Account.
2.2. Once you are in Gmail, click on Google Apps icon (top-right corner) and select Contacts App in the drop-down menu.
2.3. On the Contacts screen, scroll down and click on the Export option.
2.4. On the pop-up, select vCard (for iOS Contacts) option and click on Export.
2.5. On the next screen, select the location for Contacts File (.vcf File) and click on Save.
This will download all your Contacts From Android Phone to computer in the form of a vCard file.
3. Import Gmail Contacts to iCloud
The third step is to import the downloaded Contacts File to your iCloud Account.
3.1. Using a Mac or PC, go to iCloud.com and Login to your iCloud Account.
3.2. Once you are in iCloud, click on the Contacts tab.
3.3. On the Contacts screen, click on the Gear Icon and select Import vCard option.
3.4. On the next screen, select the Contacts File (.vcf file) that you want to import and click on the Choose button.
This will import all the Android Contacts to your iCloud Account.
4. Sync iCloud Contacts to iPhone
The final steps is to make sure all your Android Contacts show up in the Contacts App on iPhone.
4.1. Open Settings on your iPhone and tap on your Apple ID.
4.2. On Apple ID screen, tap on iCloud.
4.3. On the next screen, enable iCloud Contacts by moving the toggle to ON position.
After this, you should be able to see all your Android Contacts in the Contacts App on your iPhone.