Hello, I have an iPhone 4s and I plan to sell it and get an iPhone 6. But there are many photos on my iPhone 4s, I want to know how to transfer photos from iPhone to Mac. I tried many methods to copy them from iOS to Mac but failed. It seems that iTunes cannot copy them back to Mac, please help! If there is a software works to copy pictures from iDevice to Mac, I don't care if it is paid app or free. What I need is it can work!
You don't have to worry about the images transferring problem while getting a new iPhone. You can easily get all the images on your iPhone back to Mac with iOS Transfer. It is a professional photo manage tool that capable to preview, copy and transfer pictures between i6 and Mac. Follow the guide below, with only 3 steps, you'll get the photos transferred to Macbook.
iOS Transfer – copy photos from iPhone to Mac
Step 1 Install the iPhone to Mac Transfer
To transfer photos between i6 and Macbook Air is not an easy thing. Try to use iOS Transfer. It can do what iTunes can't. With it, copying pictures will become easier than before.
Install the iPhone to Mac Transfer. It's compatible with MacBook Air/Pro or iMac on Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7, 10.8, 10.9 and 10.10
. There is another version for Windows user, make sure you are downloading the suitable one.
Step 2 Connect iPhone to Mac
Launch the program then connect your iPhone to Mac with USB cable. The transfer will show the info of your iPhone once it detects it.
Step 3 Transfer Pictures from iPhone to Mac
" tab on the left. You will see all the photos and videos in the right window. Select the photos you want to transfer then click "Export
" on the top. Choose the path on your Mac in the pop-up dialogue box to export your iPhone images in. The process should be done in minutes.
Now, you can backup your photos easily on your Mac. You can also share photos to your friends and families easily. Download it and have your pictures transferred and backed up in this convenient way. How to transfer photos from Mac to iPhone
? It's similar to that of transferring photos from iPhone to Mac