How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to PC
iPhone is one of the largest smartphone brands in the world. The stylish and sleek design combined with the powerful hardware configurations makes iPhone hard to beat. When it comes to the features, one of the best in the iPhone is, none other than the camera. People adore this brand for the quality of photos it can take. But, there’s a problem here, faced by masses, which is not knowing how exactly to transfer photos from iPhone to PC. Actually, there are several procedures which you can use to easily do the job.
Transfer Photos from iPhone to Windows
When it comes to PC, Windows is the most prominent one among the people all around the globe. Here are a few ways that you can transfer photos from iPhone to PC that runs on Windows operating system:
Since iOS and Windows are two completely different software frameworks, it can get quite hectic to do any type of file transfers, let alone photo transfers. This is exactly why Apple has released the iCloud software, in order to assist people in transferring photos from their iPhone to Windows PC. You can download the iCloud software from here for absolutely free of cost. As soon as you install and launch this software, log in to the app with your Apple ID.
After doing this, you’ll be sent a verification code which you need to enter it in the software. Then, it’s time to proceed with the photo transfer by clicking options of the Photos label. Then select the checkbox of My Photo Stream and click on Done.
Now, go to your iPhone and go to your profile in settings. Then, go to iCloud -> Photos -> My Photo Stream and then enable it. After doing this, go to the Shared option in your Photos app and give a name to your shared photos. Now, you can go back to your Windows PC and visit file manager where you will see an option iCloud Photos, from where you can transfer photos from iPhone to PC.
One of the simplest ways to transfer photos from iPhone to PC windows is by using AutoPlay. Connect your iPhone to your Windows PC through the data cable. Then you’ll notice a prompt in your computer asking if it’s okay to trust this device, for which you should click on Trust. You’ll be give several options to select, among which you should click on either ‘Import Photos and Videos’ or ‘Open device to view files’. Now, you will be able to easily transfer photos from iPhone to PC without any hassles.
Windows Photo App
This is another method where you can easily transfer photos from iPhone to PC just with a few clicks. All you need here is, your devices, a data cable, and the windows photo app. Now, attach your iPhone to PC through data cable. Then, open the Photos app on your PC and click on ‘Import’, which will eventually show you all the thumbnails of your iPhone photos. You can select and deselect these photos according to your preference and finally transfer them.
Transfer Photos from iPhone to Mac
iPhone and Mac are from the same parent company, Apple, which is why they run on very similar software frameworks. There are several ways through which you can transfer photos from iPhone to PC running on Mac. Since, one of such methods is through iCloud, which has already been explained above, here’s a look at some other methods for the photo transfer:
Also used to be known as iPhoto app, you can transfer photos from your iPhone to your Mac seamlessly through the Photos App, which is a built-in Mac application. Connect your iPhone to Mac and open the Photos app. On the left side of navigation bar, you should see ‘Import’, which you should click. Then, select your iPhone and select the images you want to transfer to your Mac. Wait for a couple of minutes for the photo transfer to complete.
One of the latest models of file transfer and share apps, AirDrop is a revolutionary file transferring application, with which you can transfer files through WiFi direct. Connect your iPhone and Mac to your WiFi network and open your Photos app on your iPhone. Select the photos that you would like to transfer and click on the Share option, which gives you AirDrop as the option. After a couple of minutes, you’ll be able to see a notification on your Mac saying that photos have been received. You can find these photos in the Downloads section of your Mac, from where you can move photos to the desired location in your PC.
By now, you may have a complete understanding of several ways through which you can transfer photos from iPhone to PC. It’s very important to ensure that you maintain regular backups of your iPhone data on your PC, so that if any mishap happens, you’ll always have an alternative place where you can still have your important files and information.
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