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iPhone Photo Transfer Last Updated: December 2, 2016

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"My iPhone storage is almost full. When I checked the usage and found that photos took up the majority space of my iPhone. So, I wonder if I can get photos off iPhone to my computer without iTunes."

We carry our iPhone everyday for timely contact with others, movie music enjoyment on the move, and also taking photos with the super good camera. Before long, our iPhone will be full with photos, leaving little storage for new stuff. At this point, getting photos off iPhone pops into our mind. But how? At first glance, this should be a simple task but doesn't always turn out that way. Despite that PC and Mac offer options to process photo transfer, but these tools are not easy to use and have limited functions. To make it easy, we will show you how to get photos off iPhone to computer with the best iPhone manager.

How to Get Photos off iPhone to Mac or PC Easily?

You Need Photo Transfer Software - WinX MediaTrans

  • - Take single, multiple or all photos off iPhone to computer.
  • - Fast photo transfer speed. Moving 100 4k pics needs 8 secs only.
  • - Very easy to use. Only a USB cable is required.
WinX MediaTrans

Best software to get pictures off iPhone to Mac/PC for backup, editing or sharing.

Best Way to Get Photos off iPhone to Computer

The best way to get photos from your iPhone 7, SE, 6s/6 Plus, 5s or other models to computer is WinX MediaTrans. It claims as the best choice for the following highlights:

Best way to get photos off iPhone

◆ Whether your computer is powered by Windows or Mac operating system, it can do you a favor. Windows version can take photos off iPhone to Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, etc; while Mac edition is able to transfer photos from iPhone to Mac powered by macOS Sierra, 10.11 El Capitan and lower.
◆ MediaTrans is badly easy to operate. Complicated settings don't come with it. Even rookies can do this job without guess work.
◆ MediaTrans offers you more choices. Get off a single picture, move multiple pictures, or take off all of them at once? It's up to you.
◆ Super fast photo transfer speed is a plus. No WiFi connection is required, thus not restricted by bandwidth. Connect iPhone to computer, and later you can get off 100 4K pictures from iPhone to computer within 8 seconds only.
◆ Photos from third-party apps like Facebook can also be removed off iPhone to Mac/PC.
◆ No data loss will happen.

How to Get Photos off iPhone to Mac, PC Computer?

First of all, download and install proper version of MediaTrans on your computer. Here, let's take MediaTrans for Mac as an example to illustrate how to get photos off iPhone to Mac. Windows edition users can perform this job in the same way.

Step 1. Plug iPhone into Mac computer via USB cable.

Take off iPhone pics - step 1

Launch the iPhone photo transfer app you downloaded before, and then you will come to an interface asking you to plug your iPhone into the Mac via a USB cable. As you can see, this software relies on USB cable instead of network, thus you can get off photos from iPhone even if iPhone not connecting to WiFi error occurs.

Additionally, it will also prompt you to tick "Prevent iPods, iPhones, iPads from syncing automatically" in iTunes in case of data loss because of auto sync.

Step 2. Get access to Photo Transfer interface.

get off iPhone images - step 2

After getting into main interface, you will see seven modules in the center. To get photos off iPhone, just hit the first one "Photo Transfer". Then, you will come to a new panel where all your photo albums and photos have been organized well for your selection and transfer.

Step 3. Select target photos and begin transferring.

export photos from iPhone to computer

Finally, you just need to single out the photos you need to get off iPhone, select them and transfer them to Mac computer by hitting "Export" button. Optionally, you can drag and drop target items to target path directly.

WinX MediaTrans is a powerful iPhone file manager, better than iPhoto, Image Capture, iCloud, AutoPlay and the like. It allows you to get photos, music, videos and more off iPhone, iPad, iPod to computer easily, as well as works well in the opposite way. Moreover, it is integrated with Flash Drive function which is a free option enabling users to use their iDevice as a flash drive to save all kinds of files.

Unregistered users can get off dozens of items from iPhone for free per day!

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