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How to selected photos from iphone to mac

How to selected photos from iphone to mac

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Connect your iPhone to Mac with a USB cable > Launch iPhoto if it doesn't open automatically > Pick up the photos you want to transfer from iPhone to your Mac > Click Import button > Click Import Selected (if you select some photos) or Import XXX Photos (If you want to transfer all iPhone photos). 5 days ago Import to your Mac. Make sure that you have the latest version of iTunes on your Mac. Connect your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or digital camera to your Mac with a USB cable. You might need to unlock your iOS device using your passcode. On your Mac, the Photos app automatically opens. 5 days ago the Photos app on iPad, iPhone, and Mac iCloud > Options next to Photos, then select iCloud Photos. Photos selected in iTunes sidebar.

How to transfer photos & video from iPhone to Mac Alternatively, you can click on individual photos to select the best shots that you want to. Click “Import” to import the selected photos. You can also just click “Import All” to transfer all the photos on your iPhone to your Mac without. AirDrop lets you send photos to any Mac or iOS device on the same Wi-Fi network. Open the Photos app on your iPhone, go to an album, and select photos as outlined above. When presented with the Share screen, look under AirDrop for the Mac you want to transfer photos to.

Section 2 covers how to download photos from iPhone to Mac. There are . Open the Photos app on your PC, then select Import. Choose the. 2. Open your Mac's Photos app. 3. Unlock your iPhone. 4. Select your iPhone in the Photos app. 5. Select the photos you want to upload. 6. Click Import Selected . How to Transfer Photos from iPhone/iPad/iPod to Mac. There are device list. All the selected photos will be transferred to your Mac wireless in a few minutes. So is there a way that mounts the iPhone like a USB drive, and start copying a selection of photos or full album to your Mac computer? The answer is YES!.

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