In previous posts, we had talked about how to transfer photos rom iPhone to Mac with 3 kinds of Apple applications – iPhoto, Preview, Image Capture. Today we will continue to talk about how to copy photos from iPhone to Mac in another Apple tools. Contrary to the Apple tools mentioned in previous posts, the tool we will talk about is not preinstalled in Mac OS X, it is a paid software and named Aperture.
Aperture is known as a fantastic photo processing tool that helps you edit, manage, share photos. Except editing and managing photos, Aperture also does great in importing photos from iPhone to Mac. In this post, we will show you how to make it easily and quickly.
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How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Mac with Aperture
Step 1: Connect your iPhone to Mac with USB cable, and then run Aperture.
Step 2: On Homepage of Aperture, click the Downarrow in the toolbar to open the Import Panel > Select your iPhone from device list > > Choose the project for your photos > Set an output folder for your photos from iPhone > Choose the photos you want to transfer to computer > Click Import Checked to start it.
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- This method is also can be used to get photos from iPad and iPod touch to Mac.
- Aperture only supports transferring photos from Camera Roll to Mac. You can’t transfer Photo Stream, Photo Library or My Albums photos from iPhone iPad iPod touch to Mac. If you do want to move them to computer, you can try PhotoTrans by following this guide: How to use sync photos from iPhone iPad to Mac Easily >
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