"How to import photos from iPhone to Mac? I have lots of pictures on my iPhone, and I can’t wait to copy them to my Mac so that I can delete most of them to free up iPhone space. I always use Photos app to export my iPhone photos to Mac. Are there any other ways to transfer iPhone photos to Mac wirelessly without connecting my device to Mac or without iTunes?" This is a question from Bruce.
It is not difficult to transfer photos from iPhone to Mac or MacBook. However, there are a number of different ways to do that, which also makes it much easier to delete them off of your iPhone, freeing up space. In this tutorial, there are four easy ways for you to transfer photos from iPhone to Mac, MacBook, etc. Just read on please.
If you are working with Mac OS X Yosemite or later, the old iPhoto is placed by a new app named Photos with a simpler photo library manager. The Photos app also can be used to export photos from iPhone to Mac, and below we’ll show you how to make it. These steps also work for transferring images from digital cameras and SD cards to Mac, MacBook, etc.
Before you import iPhone pictures to Mac or MacBook with Preview, one thing you should keep in mind is that Preview only supports importing Camera Roll photos from iPhone to Mac or MacBook.
If you just want to transfer about 3 or 4 full size photos from iPhone to Mac and your Mac is not at your hand, Email becomes a wonderful choice. But don't send too many photos at once, or you will fail to send this Email. So just read on and download photos from iPhone to Mac with Email by following the step-by-step tutorial.
This way needs your iPhone to have WiFi and Bluetooth enabled. Then it should appear on your Mac under Finder / AirDrop. Apple’s AirDrop makes it possible for you to share files from your iOS device to your Mac or MacBook wirelessly. But this method is best used when transferring a small amount of photos.
Rosa has worked in Mac software industry for more than eight years. She believes that the purpose of software is to make life better and work more productively. In addition to writing, Rosa is also an avid runner.
I'm trying to transfer my iPhone 6 photos to my MacBook Pro (OS X El Capitian)so they aren't on my iphone, this article is a good helper.
This article is very useful, thanks a lot
It is really fussy to transfer many iphone photos to Mac via AirDrop, i wish i could transfer them with one click.
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