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How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Mac/Computer?

2012-03-03 19:17:15 / Posted by to iOS Transfer Topic
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iPhone makes me fall in love with takeing photos. It is so easy to catch all excellent moments in my life. But I find it is not easy to export all my precious photos to my Mac computer for viewing. So anybody can tell me how to view my iPhone photos on my Mac computer without iTunes?

As it is know to all that iTunes can't help users to share their iDevice contents to computer due to its limitation, so more and more iOS users are looking for a new way to transfer data from their iDevice like iPhone, iPad or iPod to desktop computer for better entertainment. Thus, in this page, we could like to focus on the topic of transferring iPhone photos to Mac easily.

To reach it, Amacsoft iPhone to Mac Transfer is a perfect option for your reference. With it, you can easily transfer photos or pictures from all models of iPhone like iPhone 5/5S/5C, iPhone 4S/4, iPhone 3GS, etc. to Mac without any losing. And you can open your iTunes on Mac, and import iPhone photos directly into iTunes library as you like. Meanwhile, this tool can also copy music, movie and other files among iPhone, iPod and Mac.

Note: For Windows user, please try iPhone to Computer Transfer.

Transfer Pictures/Images from iPhone 4/4S/5 to Mac Guide

Step 1: Free download this software, install and run it. Once connect iPhone device to Mac with USB cable, and you will see an intuitive interface which consists of iPhone device info.

Step 2: Click "Photo" button from the left list to choose the picture that you want to copy. Click "Export" at the top toolbar to start to transfer pictures to Mac.

Before you start transferring iPhone photos to Mac, you can select a target folder to save iPhone photos on your Mac from "Advanced -> Options". Immediately, you can look through all iPhone photos and view images you take on your Mac.

Related Links: Transfer Files from iPhone to Mac, Transfer Playlist from iPhone to iTunes on Mac