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How to transfer pictures from iPhone to laptop.

This article will guide you through 2 ways that you can transfer photos from your iPhone, iPod or iPad to your laptop

Option 1: To transfer photos from iPhone to Laptop using TouchCopy, follow these steps...

How To Transfer Photos From iPhone To Laptop using TouchCopy...

  1. Download, install and activate TouchCopy16.
  2. Run TouchCopy 16 and connect your Apple device.
  3. On the "Photos" tab, you'll see a list of all of your device's photo albums, select the photos/albums you'd like to save.
  4. Press "Copy to PC" or "Copy to Mac" depending on your system, and select a location on your laptop for your photos to be stored in.

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How to transfer photos from iPhone to laptop.

Transfer photos iPhone to laptop - TouchCopy Photos section.

The easiest and most thorough way to transfer your iPhone photos to your laptop is to use a professional data transfer application such as TouchCopy. Photos from a Camera Roll can be transferred without this software (Option 2), but to transfer photos from other albums, TouchCopy is needed. You can use TouchCopy to access and copy any data from your device, including Music, Contacts and Messages. It works with all iPods, iPhones and iPads and you can install it on either PC or Mac systems.

Option 2: To transfer photos from iPhone to Laptop using Windows Explorer, follow these steps...

As previously mentioned, if your iPhone has multiple albums from different sources, you may need to use the method in Option 1. However, for photos stored in your iPhone Camera Roll, you can transfer you photos directly to your laptop using Windows Explorer.

Let's get started...

  1. With your iPhone connected to your laptop, create a new folder on your desktop. This is where you'll copy your Photos to. I've called mine 'Photo-Transfer' in this example.
  2. Open Windows Explorer on your laptop. You'll see a list of your removable storage under 'Computer', click on your iPhone listing.
  3. Click through Internal Storage -> DCIM to find your Camera Roll photos. Transfer photos from iPhone to laptop using Windows Explorer
  4. Select the photos you wish to copy to your laptop. Right-click and select Copy.
  5. Open up your folder that you created earlier on your desktop. Right-click and select Paste. Transfer pictures from iPhone to laptop final step
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