4 Ways to Transfer iPhone Camera Roll to PC/Mac
The Camera Roll stores photos that were caught by your iPhone and stores photos spared on the iPhone - from a reserved email, from a MMS/iMessage, from a site, or from an application, and so forth. Sometimes, for the safety in the scenario your iPhone corrupts, you might want to transfer iPhone camera Roll to computer for backup. Then, photos in the Camera Roll will be safe for usage.
Mounting your iPhone as an external hard drive can help you gain access to the internal memory of your iPhone. Then, you can manually export photos in the iPhone Camera Roll to computer.
Step 1. Connect your iPhone to PC through an USB cable. Your iPhone will be quickly detected by the computer.
Step 2. Auto-Play dialog comes out. Click Import pictures and videos to open your iPhone folder where all photos in the Camera Roll are saved.
Step 3. Then, drag and drop your wanted photos from iPhone Camera Roll to PC.
Wondershare TunesGo (/ios-manager/) (Win) or Wondershare TunesGo (Mac) (/mac-ios-manager/) is a powerful iPhone transfer tool. With it, you can easily transfer all or selected photos from iPhone Camera Roll to PC or Mac. What strikes you is that it even enables you to transfer iPhone Photo Library to PC/Mac as well.
In the following, I'll tell you how to transfer Camera Roll on iPhone to PC. If you have a Mac, please try the Mac version and take the similar steps.
Step 1. To begin with, install and launch TunesGo on your PC.
Step 2. Connect your iPhone with your PC via a USB cable. This program will automatically detect your iPhone and display its basic info in the primary window.
Step 3. Click "Photos" in the left column. The photo management window appears on the right side. Select your wanted photos in Camera Roll and click "Export to" > "Export to my computer". Then, a small file browser window pops up. Select a location on your computer to store this Camera Roll exported videos and photos.
iPhoto is a computerized photo control programming application created by Apple Inc. It has been incorporated with each Macintosh PC since 2002, initially as a major aspect of the ilife suite of computerized media administration applications. iPhoto can import, arrange, alter, print and offer advanced photos after photos are foreign made, they might be titled, marked, sorted and composed into gatherings (known as "occasions"). Singular photos could be altered with essential picture control devices, for example, a red-eye channel, difference and shine alterations, editing and resizing instruments, and other fundamental capacities. iPhoto does not, then again, give the complete altering usefulness of projects, for example, Apple's own particular Aperture, or Adobe's Photoshop (not to be confounded with Photoshop Elements or Album), or GIMP. Here at the steps to transfer your iPhone Camera Roll photos to Mac with iPhoto.
- Connect your iPhone to Mac with a cable USB.
- Launch iPhoto app if it does not open itself.
- Select photos from your iPhone Camera Roll.
- Click Import *** (this is the number of photos you want to import).
Image Capture is an application program from Apple that empowers you to transfer pictures from advanced Polaroids or scanners which are either associated straightforwardly to the machine or the system. Image Capture is scriptable with Applescript, and may be controlled with Mac OS X v10.4 (Tiger's). It is widely used in many applications to import and export data items from iPhone to mac
Here are the steps to transfer iPhone camera roll picture to your Mac:
- Connect your iPhone with Mac via a USB cable and run the Image Capture application on Mac
- From the device list on Image, capture selects your iPhone.
- To get a backup for the Camera Roll photos, select an output destination on your Mac.
- Now select the photos you want to transfer.
- You click import all to get all the images at once or just select the images from iPhone Camera Roll as well.