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How to transfer photos from iPhone to PC; see 5 methods

With the great popularity of electronic devices all over the world, the iPhone is one of the most used, but sometimes it becomes quite complicated for many people. For example, how to transfer photos from iPhone to PC including Windows, notebook and Mac.

This may be necessary because iPhone storage space is limited, which forces many users to delete their previous photos to keep their iPhone working. There are still those people who delete their photos by mistake when clearing storage.

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So, to avoid this kind of situation, you can save your iPhone photos by transferring them to your PC. This makes room for new photos or installing other software, and also serves to back up important photos in case the device itself is lost.

1. Transfer photos from iPhone to Windows/Notebook/Mac with AnyTrans

How to transfer photos from iPhone to PC? Here we have to recommend AnyTrans, an app with powerful transfer functions launched by iMobie, which can help you to easily carry out all kinds of transfer tasks. You can transfer photos from iPhone to PC, from PC to iPhone, or in any other transfer direction.

All you need to do is download AnyTrans for free on your computer and enjoy other powerful features like backup, convert photo formats, restore WhatsApp data and much more.

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  1. Intelligently categorize all iPhone photos for easy management or selection at the time of transfer.
  2. Preview your photos before transferring and select all or some of them for transfer.
  3. AnyTrans can also help you convert photo formats to Windows compatible formats, such as convert HEIC to JPG, PDF or convert Live Photo to JPG, GIF, MP4, M4V.
  4. It supports a wide range of data types for transfer, including photos, videos, messages, music or contacts, etc.
  5. Compatible with all iPhone models for your computer, including Windows 7/8/10 , notebook and Mac, &c.
  1. Download and open AnyTrans; Connect your computer to your iPhone using the USB cable.
  2. You will see a reminder on your iPhone to trust this computer; click ‘Trust’.
  3. Open AnyTrans, click ‘Device Manager’, and then click ‘Photos’ or ‘More’ on the right.

4. Once you have entered the page below, you can select the location of the photos to transfer in the left box, then select the photos you want to transfer or simply click ‘Select All’ above to transfer all the photos.

5. Finally click ‘For PC’ and you’re done.

5. When exporting photos from iPhone, you can change the photo format or export path as instructed.

6. Finally, you can also click ‘view files’ to see the imported images, or click ‘download more items’ to import anything else you want.

2. Import photos from iPhone to PC/Windows 7/8/10 via File Explorer

Using Windows File Explorer to transfer photos from iPhone to your computer is a very simple method in Windows 7/8/10. However, the problem with this method is that it is necessary to find the folder where the photos are stored, unlike the previous method where AnyTrans can automatically sort iPhone photos. Second, this method requires you to have the latest version of iTunes on your PC. Otherwise, Windows File Explorer will not be able to display your iPhone data.

  1. You need to make sure you have the latest version of iTunes installed on your Windows computer before you can proceed to the next step.
  2. Before transferring, you need to connect your iPhone to your PC with a USB cable and click ‘Trust this computer’.
  3. Open Windows File Explorer, find iPhone name on the left side.
  4. Click ‘Internal Storage’ – ‘DCIM’ to view photos by file folder name.

Select the photos you want to transfer, copy and paste them on the computer where you want to save them.

3. Transfer Photos from iPhone to PC/Notebook with iCloud

If you want to transfer photos to your computer via iCloud, you need to sync your iPhone photos with iCloud. As long as you have enough iCloud storage space and a good Wi-Fi connection, you can import photos from your iPhone to your computer.

  1. When uploading photos through iCloud, you can only upload or download all your photos to PC at once, you cannot selectively choose the photos.
  2. Make sure you have the same Apple ID on your computer and iPhone, and that iCloud has enough storage space to save all your photos.
  3. To upload photos to your computer via iCloud, you must first leave your iPhone on and sync your photos to iCloud Drive via WiFi connection.
  4. Once configured, new photos and videos added to the iCloud Photos folder will be automatically downloaded to your PC.

Here are the steps to sync your photos to your PC/Laptop via iCloud:

  1. On your iPhone, make sure iCloud Photos is turned on by clicking Settings – Photos – iCloud Photos.
  2. Turn on WiFi to upload photos to iCloud.
  3. Download and open the iCloud application on the PC, logging in with the same ID as the iPhone.
  4. Select the Photos to download to your PC, click ‘Done’ and ‘Apply’.

5.You can download iCloud photos from PC’s File Explorer, double-click iCloud Photos and Download. Everything is done!

4. Transfer photos from iphone to PC/Notebook with Google Drive

Google Drive is simply a work tool for the vast majority of people, as it is used for sharing documents online, which is very convenient. And many people don’t know that it is also a storage tool: Google Drive can store your photos, recordings, videos and documents, etc.

  1. Use the same account on iPhone and PC to activate sync
  2. Data in Google Drive does not take up space on iPhone and it has 15GB of free storage space.

Here are the steps on how to transfer your photos using Google Drive:

On iPhone:

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You need to download Google Drive app on your iPhone, enter your Google account and upload your photos from iPhone to Google account.

On PC:

  1. Download the Google Drive software on the computer or directly enter the same Google account from the iPhone on the Website.
  2. Once connected, click My Drive > select the photos you want to transfer > click Download to download to your PC.

5. Transfer (Recover) Photos from iPhone to PC with PhoneRescue for iOS

PhoneRescue for iOS is a professional data recovery tool that can not only recover data to iPhone or PC, but also find deleted photos.

  1. It can not only transfer existing photo data from iPhone, but also recover deleted photos and transfer them back to iPhone or PC.
  2. You can choose from 3 recovery modes i.e. where to transfer photos to iPhone or PC, including recovering from iOS devices, recovering from iTunes backups or other backups, and recovering from iCloud.
  3. Before retrieving (transferring) photographic data, you can preview the exact content and selectively retrieve (transfer) photographs.
  4. In addition to recovering (transferring) photos, you can also recover (transfer) a wide range of other data, including Contacts, Messages, Videos, Call Logs and more.

Here are the specific steps:

  1. Download, Install and open PhoneRescue; Connect your iPhone to PC using a USB cable.
  2. Open PhoneRescue and select ‘Recover iOS device data’.

2. Select ‘Photos’ under All Data.

3. Wait for PhoneRescue to analyze the device data.

4. Select the photos you need to transfer, and just click the computer icon to transfer to your PC.

Conclusion

In summary, all these methods are very useful and easy to use for photo transfer. But with support for transferring almost any kind of album and intelligently categorizing photos, AnyTrans is the best tool to transfer photos from iPhone to PC, no matter what iOS device you are using.

And of course, there’s also PhoneRescue, an app that focuses on data recovery but also does a good job of transferring – all good tools for you to try.

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