How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Windows 10?
Of all the features that it possesses, capturing photos with iPhone is something that you would do at your first attempt on purchasing it. But then again, we would definitely want to keep a backup of all your images on your PC for later use, since iPhone has got limited internal storage, which at times becomes a trouble at saving a lot of large files like images together.
Mostly, users prefer to use iTunes for transferring photos from iPhones to their respective PC, but surprisingly Microsoft has lately launched Windows 10 operating system which is well versed and well equipped with new features and tools which make the job easier. Moreover, you do not have to use iTunes for transferring the images to your PC which might prove to be a difficult task quite often.
Here in this article, we would demonstrate three different methods to accomplish the following task.
Keep reading to know the methods in details.
Method #1: Use AirMore -Windows Wireless Transfer Tool
Here in this section, we would implement the use of AirMore Wireless tool which is a mobile device powerful management tool based on web. It supports the transfer of images from iPhone to Windows PC or Apple Mac.
Continue reading for the method description below:
Step 1.Firstly; download the AirMore app from Apple store to your iPhone.
Step 2.Install it properly, accepting all the terms and conditions which allows the app to access your device information to render better function.
Step 3.Now, once you have installed it on your iDevice, you have to connect your iPhone to AirMore.
Step 4.In order to connect your iPhone to AirMore, open the AirMore app on your iPhone.
Step 5.After opening the app, either Scan the “QR code” or tap on “Radar” option to choose your device name from the AirMore web.
NOTE: Instead of tapping on radar to locate your device name, you can easily go to the website “web.airmore.com” using Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, etc.
Step 6.Now; once you have connected two devices, tap on “Accept” button when a notification turns up confirming your iPhone connection with the AirMore app.
TIPS: In order to ensure smooth connection, make sure both your iPhone and PC are connected in the same Wi-fi.
Step 6.After you have successfully set up the connection, select “Pictures” icon from the app interface, from which you can transfer your photos from iPhone to Windows 10.
Step 7.Select the photos that you want to transfer by ticking the images, and then tap on “Export” button.
Step 8.On tapping the “Export” button, all the files will be copied to your PC within few seconds, if your network connection is smooth enough.
Method #2: Use Windows 10 Photo App
As mentioned earlier also, Windows 10 operating system serves many new features unlike the previous versions of Windows and transferring images from iPhone to Windows 10 operating PC is one of them using Windows 10 Photo App.
Continue reading to know the method description:
Step 1.Connect your iPhone to your PC by plugging a USB cable.
Step 2.Now; open the “Photos App”. You can search the app by typing “search” in the search box, situated at the bottom left corner of the screen.
Step 3.Click on the “import” button at the top right corner of the photo app windows screen. You can also click on the three dot icon, next to the import button to get text reminders as well.
Step 4.Choose your iPhone device from the options that turns up and click on “Import” to import photos from iPhone to Windows 10.
Method #3: Using Windows 10 File Explorer
Windows file explorer is a built-in of Windows operating system, but unlike windows 7, 8, it is pretty much blended with new modifications.
Read below to know the method in detail:
Step 1.Connect your iPhone to your PC with the USB cable provided by Apple. A notification would appear on your iPhone screen now with “Trust” option. Select the “Trust” option to continue.
Step 2.Now; open the Windows File Explorer.
Step 3.Now; under the “This PC” icon, your iPhone drive would appear. Double-click on the drive, and select “Internal Storage” and then “DCIM”, and then again another folder inside to see all the photos inside your iPhone.
Step 4.Once you get to see the media files in the folder, copy paste them to any location on your PC and save them for further use.
When the images that you are clicking frequently with your iPhone is getting large in number, it is better to keep a backup of all the files or images on your PC, in case you need them for further use. Since the storage allocation of iDevices is very limited, thus the need of transferring the files to PC becomes mandatory.
The methods mentioned above are very simple to implement, and even a novice in computers can easily pull it off by following the steps directed above.
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