Know how to transfer photos and videos for Apple Macbook and PC

Sep 11 2019 01:56 PM
Know how to transfer photos and videos for Apple Macbook and PC

Backup of photos and videos can be done on an Apple iOS device automatically on iCloud. They can be easily accessed by logging on all other platforms including PC. If you are not a fan of cloud storage and do not want to use it due to privacy, then no problem. In such a situation, if you want to transfer photos and videos from Apple iPhone or iPad to Mac or PC, then you have to follow only a few easy steps. To transfer the file, you must have the latest version of iTunes and Lightning data cable. After this, you can take help of these steps.

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To take advantage of this feature for Mac, first, connect your iPhone or iPod to a Mac with a USB cable. Then unlock the iOS device and tap on the Trust option at the prompt that appears. Now the Photos app on Mac will open automatically. You will not only see the photos of the connected device, but you will also get the option to import them. After selecting photos or videos, you can select the Import option and the files will be transferred to Mac.

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Like Mac, Windows users also have the option to import photos and videos with the help of Windows 10 Photos app. For this, first of all, it is necessary to download and install the latest version of iTunes on the PC. Now connect your Apple device to PC with a USB cable. After opening the Photos app in PC unlock iOS device and tap on Trust. Here you will find the option of Import in the top right corner. You can import files by selecting the device. If you are using an older version of Windows, then go to Windows Explorer and select Connected iPhone or Device. After this, copying and pasting can be done easily by selecting a photo or video.

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