You may have a library of iBooks and ebooks on your computer, or on your iPhone or iPad. You can use iTunes and the iBooks app (on a Mac) to manage these books and transfer them to your iOS device, but you can also use iMazing to move them back and forth between your portable device and your computer. iMazing can transfer ebooks from your iPhone or iPad to your computer; from your computer to your iOS device; from one iOS device to another; and you can use iMazing to delete ebooks as well. Here's how.
Here's our video tutorial on e-books management, using iMazing for Windows. The Mac version works exactly the same.
Download and install iMazing on your Mac or PC computer
You can transfer iBooks and ePub ebooks from your iPhone or iPad to your computer, without using iTunes. iMazing can export the books with just a few clicks.
💡 Tips: You can also drag ebooks from iMazing's "iBooks" section of your iDevice to to the Finder or the Windows Explorer of your computer.
💡 Audio Books (.m4b files) in iMazing are managed via the Music section, not the Books app.
You can add iBooks and ePub ebooks from your computer to your iPhone or iPad, without using iTunes. iMazing can import the books to your device with just a few clicks.
💡 Tips: Extended instructions on "How to transfer iBooks and ePub books from your computer to your iPhone or iPad" can be found here.
You can also use iMazing to transfer iBooks or ePub ebooks from one iOS device to another. To do this, you need to first export the books from one iPhone or iPad, then import them to another. iMazing can do this easily.
You can use iMazing to delete iBooks or ePub ebooks from your iOS device.
Remember that iBooks purchased from Apple have DRM; you can only read them on devices where you are signed in on the same iTunes Store account as that which you used to purchase them. You can read ePub ebooks without DRM on any iOS device.
Furthermore, if syncing with iCloud Drive is activated under Settings > Books, any PDFs or eBooks which have been added to the Books app from email or the Safari app will automatically upload to iCloud and be unavailable in iMazing.