Is easy for you to transfer photos from your iPhone to Mac by importing them into the Windows photos app, uploading via the iCloud photos Library, or dropping them directly into the default Pictures folder.
Also, with AirDrop or the picture transfer function in the Photos app, images may be transferred from an iPhone to a Mac.
In this article, we’ll concentrate on a few straightforward methods for transferring photos and movies from an iPhone to Mac computer including the iMac, MacBook Pro/Air, Mac Mini, and Mac Pro. Just continue to read!
How to Import Photos from iPhone to Mac with Photos/iPhotos
You may import iPhone photos from Mac OS X Yosemite or use the Photos software, which takes the place of the outdated iPhoto and Aperture with a more user-friendly photo editor and library manager. Moreover, it may be used to send pictures from an iPhone to a Computer.
Follow the steps below to import photos from iPhone to Mac;
- Use the USB cord to link your iPhone to your PC.
- Your Mac will immediately open the Pictures app. If not, choose the Pictures app from the launchpad.
- Choose the photographs you wish to import to Mac by clicking the Import tab.
- To transfer photographs to Mac, select Import XX Selected or Import All New Items.
How to Import Photos from iPhone to Mac with iCloud Photos
You can sync and see all of your images on every Apple device you possess with iCloud Photos. The only drawback is the 5 GB of shared, free storage that all iCloud files require. As iCloud serves as a backup and synchronization service, moving images from the iPhone to the Mac is simple. Nevertheless, make sure that iCloud Pictures is turned on for all of your devices before you do that.
- On your iPhone, open Settings.
- Then scroll down and tap on Photos.
- Toggle the switch for iCloud Photos to green if it’s disabled.
- Open the Photos app on your Mac.
- Open Photos on your Mac.
- Then from the menu, go to Photos > Preferences.
- Click on iCloud.
- Then select the checkbox on iCloud Photos to enable it.
How to Use the Files App to import Photos from iPhone to Mac
Cloud services such as Dropbox, Google Drive, and Microsoft OneDrive may be linked and used to transfer files across devices. This software organizes your photo transfers, compresses them if necessary, and sends them to your Mac over any cloud service as a bridge. Naturally, you must first connect and enable them.
- On your iPhone, launch the Files app.
- If you’re on another screen, click the Browse button.
- In the top right corner, tap the ellipsis icon.
- Select Edit.
- Toggle and enable the third-party service or app from the list under Places.
- Then tap Done.
Send Photos via the Files App
- Choose the photo or photos to transfer from your iPhone.
- To open the sharing sheet, tap the Share icon.
- Then select Save to Files.
- Choose the cloud service and the folder in which you want to store the photos. If you wish, make a new folder. Before exporting a single photo, you can rename it.
- Save the file.
- View your photo or video in iCloud Drive on your Mac.
How to Use iCloud Photo Stream
All of your images and videos may be stored in the cloud with iCloud Pictures. For devices when iCloud Photo Stream is enabled, it just uploads fresh photographs (not movies or Live Photos). It only keeps up to 1000 photographs in storage and just the last 30 days’ worth. It’s a good idea to have a backup plan in case something goes awry.
Use iCloud Photo Stream and switch it on if you want to see only the most recent photos that you have taken and upload them to the Mac. In any other case, you should utilize iCloud Photos.
- On the iPhone, open the Settings app and touch your name at the top.
- Choose Photos from iCloud.
- Turn on My Picture Stream with the toggle button.
- On your Mac, open Photos.
- Then select Pictures > Preferences > iCloud
- To activate My Picture Stream, select the checkbox.
Pictures from your iPhone will instantly sync to the photo stream. Deselect iCloud Photos by first navigating to Photos > Preferences > iCloud if the option isn’t shown.
How Can I Import Photos from iPhone to Mac in MacOS Mojave?
If you have macOS Mojave, you can use this approach to transfer iPhone photos to a Mac or MacBook. We always advise keeping your device updated if it is compatible with the most recent version of macOS!
- Use the USB cord to link your iPhone to your PC.
- On your Mac, launch the Pictures app. You may look for it using Spotlight, on your Dock, or by choosing the Photos program from the Applications folder after accessing the folder.
- On the top menu, choose File, then Import.
- Select photos can be downloaded by holding down the command key on your computer while clicking all the photos you wish to transfer, then click Review for Import.
- Your Mac will notify you if some or all of the chosen photos have already been imported and will then give you the option to import the remaining photo(s) by selecting Import New Photo.
- Choose Import All New Items if you’d want to transfer every photo on your iPhone that hasn’t already been backed up.
- Choose Last Import from the sidebar to see the most recent imports of photos.
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