Photos are a part of people’s lives. They are the memories in our devices, and we cherish them no matter the reason why they are with us. Taking pictures on iPhones is a great one because of the high-quality camera. However, transferring photos from iPhone to laptop might not be so easy for you.
When you need to transfer your photos to a PC, you can do this by connecting your phone to your laptop. You will also use the Windows app. generally, there are different ways of transferring images from your phones to the computer. You can use iCloud, a robust iPhone data transfer tool, a local disk with explorer, or iTunes. This blog post will guide you on how to transfer your images from your iPhone to your laptop via iTunes.
Before getting started, make sure you have all that you need to use in place. You will need the following; USB cable, your iPhone, iTunes, iTunes account, a laptop to plug in the device to.
Things to note:
Be sure you have the latest version of Apple iTunes on your laptop. This will ease the process of transferring the pictures.
Choose where to keep your videos and photos. You can choose to store them on your PC or use iCloud Photos. However, if you want to import them to your laptop, these steps are useful.
If you have Windows OS on your laptop, sync your photos on the iPhone with iTunes on your laptop.
You will need iTunes 12.5.1 or a newer version to be able to import photos to your system.
- Connect your device (iPhone, iPod touch, iPad) to your computer via the USB cable.
- Organize all the pictures you want to send in your iPhone
- You might be asked to unlock your phone. Type in the correct password and unlock your device. Note that this is a conditional occurrence
- In case you see a pop-up on your screen that is saying you should “Trust this Computer“, go ahead and click on Trust or Allow to continue
- Look for the iPhone icon on the list of menus you have on your screen and select the Photos Tab. You would find this below “settings” which is on the left-hand side.
- Then “Sync Photos” when you check the box
- Browse to the folder of your choice. Then choose the picture folder you want to sync
- Next, select Apply to start the process of transferring the pictures.
You have to download the original and full version of your photos in case your iCloud turns on. Download the full resolution versions to your iPhone before you can transfer it to your laptop. You can find out how to do this by watching helpful videos.
Also, note that iTunes 12.3 runs slowly on windows 7 32 bit systems’. Make sure you back up all your files and media to an external drive. Use a time machine for this.