How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Mac with iPhoto

Each time you connect your iPhone to your Mac you will have seen as iTunes makes a backup of all data on the computer and save it, although the pictures you’ve taken are not imported to the computer, so you have to do it manually.

Normally, iPhoto is one of the most widely used photo transfer tool to transfer photos from iPhone to Mac. If you are green hand to iPhone or Mac, this is a detailed tutorial about how to transfer photos from iPhone to Mac with iPhoto.

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How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Mac with iPhoto

Step 1: Connect your iPhone to Mac with USB cable, and then open iPhoto if it doesn’t open automatically.

Step 2: Pick up the photos you want to import to Mac, and then click Import (if you choose all the photos) or Import Selected (if you just choose some of them).

How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Mac with iPhoto

How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Mac with iPhoto

Import Note: iPhoto only supports transferring Camera Roll photos from iPhone to Mac. In other words, the photos stored in Photo Stream, Photo Library and My Albums can’t be transferred to Mac with iPhoto. If you want to transfer all the photos from iPhone to Mac, you can download iMobie PhotoTrans and give it a try.

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