You iPhone Camera Roll is full of photos, to free up the space or edit photos on Mac, want to transfer iPhone Camera Roll to Mac? In this case, to sync iPhone Camera Roll to Mac efficiently and quickly, I suggest you try an iPhone app - Wondershare TunesGo Retro (Mac). It lets you view and copy iPhone Camera Roll to Mac visually and easily. Only in 3 steps, you’ll see that you’ve transferred photos in iPhone Camera Roll to Mac.
Step 1. Download iPhone Camera Roll to Mac transfer tool
Download the TunesGo Retro (Mac) program installation file and install it on your Mac. It works well on MacBook Aird/MacBook Pro/iMac running in Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7, 10.8, 10.9, 10.10 and 10.11. Wondershare TunesGo Retro Windows version is available as well. You can try the Windows version on your Windows PC.
Step 2. Connect Mac with iPhone
Use your iPhone USB cable to connect Mac with iPhone. Launch the TunesGo Retro (Mac) tool and it will see your iPhone immediately. To learn more info about supported iPhone, please click here.
Step 3. Transfer iPhone Camera Roll to Mac in batch
Click "Photos" on the left side of the main window. Then in the new window, you’ll see that all photos and videos in Camera Roll are here. Select wanted photos and videos in batch and click "Export" on the top of the window. In the popped up dialogue box, set a destination on your Mac computer to save these photos and videos you’re transferring from iPhone Camera Roll to Mac.
All the process of transferring iPhone Camera Roll to Mac should be finished in a second. After that you’ll find these videos and photos from iPhone Camera Roll on your Mac. Later, you can share photos on your personal websites or build photo slides. What's amazing about Wondershare TunesGo Retro (Mac) is that it empowers you to transfer music and videos from iPhone to Mac as well. With this handy iPhone app, you’ll take full control of your iPhone files conveniently.
Try Wondershare TunesGo Retro (Mac) now to transfer iPhone Camera Roll to Mac!
Watch the Video to Transfer Photos from iPhone Camera Roll to a Mac