iPhone can do much more than communicate with others. Stunning iSight camera and front FaceTime HD camera turns iPhone to be portable photographic equipment to quickly grab great moments, fabulous landscapes and selfies, while various photo editor apps make pictures more gorgeous for sharing on Instagram, Facebook, twitter etc. Sometimes, we need to get photos off iPhone for a backup in case they suddenly disappear caused by iPhone problems or storage saving. Here, we will show the tutorial of how to get photos from iPhone to computer (PC/Mac), not only photos in Camera Roll but shot by other photo apps, via the best iPhone photo transfer software.
iTunes and iCloud can help users achieve photo download from iPhone but limitations prevent them from becoming preferred choices.
◆ iTunes can sync all iPhone contents but lacks the ability to select certain items.
◆ iCloud requires an account and network connection to backup iPhone photos. And, it only offers 5GB free storage. You should pay for more storage plans.
Windows users get an easier method to get photos from iPhone to PC. AutoPlay dialogue box appears after plugging in iPhone to computer via USB cable. Hit 'Import pictures and videos using Windows". Click Import button and then you can get iPhone photos on PC. But this method just copies photos in Camera Roll. Photos shot by other apps or imported to iPhone via iTunes cannot be synced.
How to get any photo from iPhone to computer? WinX MediaTrans can give a hand. It features transferring media files from iPhone to PC/Mac, including photos. An intuitive interface with well organized buttons leads users to learn how to use it without guesswork. It allows users to select one or more or all photos from Camera Roll, other apps to transfer. It also delivers a fast load and sync speed. No photo on iPhone will be removed during transfer.
Plug in iPhone to computer via USB Cable. When a message asking if trusting this computer appears on iPhone screen, tap "Trust".
Launch WinX MediaTrans, it will automatically access your iPhone. After that, the main interface with five modules is shown. Hit Photo Transfer to enter the page where all iPhone photos will be listed.
You can browse and select photos by day, by month, by year, select all photos or pick out special items. If you have got desired photos, click Export button.
A couple of seconds later, the transfer process will be completed and the folder which saves exported photos will pop up. In addition, you can directly drop and drag photos to specific location on computer.
◆ iTunes should have been installed on your computer once.
◆ It's better disable iTunes auto syncing to avoid iPhone data being erased accidently. Open General Preferences > Devices > Check Prevent iPods, iPhones, and iPads from syncing automatically.
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