The iPhone should be recognised as a camera, when connected to the Mac, in both Image Capture and iPhoto (in the applications folder). You can then import pictures to your… computer and delete them from the iPhone. 1. Take Image Capture an example: In Image Capture, select the device in the Devices list. The app should recognize your phone and show you a list of your photos and videos If you'd like to import all of your iPhone photos and videos, simply click the Import All button. The default location is your Pictures folder, but you can choose another location from the drop-down menu. Alternatively, you can Command-click to select a group of photos and videos to import via the Import button. 2. Use a program called FonePaw iOS Transfer to transfer iPhone photos to Mac directly. Launch FonePaw iOS Transfer>Conect iPhone to Mac> Click "Photos" in the left side column>Select the photos or videos you wang and click "Export to Mac" BTW, this program also allows you to transfer videos such as movies, TV shows, iTunes U, Music Videos and so on to Mac directly. 3. Use AnyTrans to transfer iPhone Photo to Mac directly. 1. Free download and install AnyTrans on Mac, and then connect your iPhone to Mac via a USB cable. 2. Run it, click "Photos" and choose the Photo albums you want to transfer to Mac, such as, Camera Roll, Photos Library, Photo Stream, Photo Share, Panorama, Album, Bursts Photos. 3.Pick up the Photos you need to transfer to Mac, then click on To Mac button to complete.
i often choose iMacsoft iPhone Photo to PC Transfer which can make me easy to transfer multiple photos from iPhone to computer. http://www.imacsoft.com/iphone-photo-to-pc-tr…ansfer.html
I used iTunes to help me.
If you're using Windows OS (Windows 7 or Vista) then just connect your iPhone to your computer via USB cable and wait for Auto-Play option. From the auto-play menu choose Impo…rt pictures and videos option, input tag names if you want and in then end click on start button. That's it. You can also give a try to some third-party application to save your time. Check the link below for detailed tutorial:
You can use iPhoto to do the jon. Here is how: 1. Connect iPhone to your Mac via a USB cable. At his time, if iPhoto is installed in your computer, it should drive aut…omatically and the images and video from iPhone will be listed on the interface. 2. If you want to import all the pictures, just click Import All button. If you only want to transfer some of the photos on iPhone to Mac, then you can select those you needed pictures and hit on the Import Selected button to transfer the selected iPhone pictures to Mac computer. 3. After finish importing iPhone pictures, a dialog will ask you whether you want to delete the original photos from your Camera Roll on iPhone. Click Delete Photos if you want to make more storage room on your iPhone. If you want to find a simple way to transfer your pictures from computer to iPhone, you can use iTunes. Organize your photos accordingly in iPhoto. Plug your iPad or iPhone in to your Mac. Open iTunes, if it doesn't open automatically. Click on the iOS device in the top bar, then click the Photos tab. Check the "Sync Photos" box. Choose iPhoto or Aperture from the "Copy photos from" drop-down menu. Select the options you prefer. Click Sync in the bottom right corner. you can also use a tool like AnyTrans to transfer pictures from Mac computer to iPhone Firstly, download and install AnyTrans on your Mac computer. Then follow the steps below to move photos from Mac to your iPhone. Open up AnyTrans, and connect your iPhone to computer. AnyTrans will show you the storage condition of your iPhone and the iOS content it supports. On the homepage, click on Photos option to enter the manage page. Click on the "+" button on the right upper hand, browse the photos in your Mac, choose the photo you need, and click the Open button.
You can use 3herosoft iPhone Transfer which allows you to transfer pictures from to iPhone without convering the previous one. Of course, the main function of this iPhone tran…sfer is that it can backup all ipod files to PC, or sync iPod files to iTunes.
If you want to transfer all the files and settings from one iphone to another (and overwrite everything): Go to iTunes>Click the iPhone name>Go to summary>Click restore If… you just want to transfer one file you can use an app like "Everyshare" Of course, you can. Here is a way. 1 Download and install the iBluetooth application from Cydia, a resource for iPhone apps. 2 Activate the Bluetooth feature on the device you wish to transfer to the iPhone from. Be sure that it can "see" the iPhone in the list of available devices. 3 Locate the file you wish to send, and choose to send it via Bluetooth to the iPhone by following the device's Bluetooth transfer protocol, which will vary depending on the device. 4 Select that you would like to allow the file transfer from the iBluetooth menu on the iPhone when it prompts you to allow or disallow the transfer. The file should send in a matter of seconds. Hope it can help you.
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It should be noted that the MacBook Air an iPad 2 fall under completely different categories in personal computing. The MacBook Air is an ultra-portable, which is essentially …an add-on to your already existing desktop and/or portable. The iPad 2 is a tablet device which does not function in the exact same way that a MacBook Air does. Most files that are stored on a MacBook Air will not open on an iPad 2 with the exception of document, image, and PDF files. Your best method of transfer would either by email for smaller files, Dropbox, or iDisk.
Alot it can take pictures and it has a brighter screen than an I pad it plays apps and you can look up anything I just got one if your thinking about getting one they rock.
well, threres lots of things you can do with an ipad2. exaples:download apps download movies download music download books, you can download as many of everything as you… want but if you download too many apps it starts cutting off pages but if you go to the very first page were you search you can search the app you want. here are some more examples of things you can do on ipad2:play apps, text, facetime, siri, in case you dont know who siri is she is a peorson to gt her go on setting and go to general then click on siri and turn her on. on the ipad2 you also have: settings,clock,notes,reminders, password it can be #s or letters,safari: is internet,contacts,maps,camera,photos,videos,background you can choose it,newsstand,game center,itunes store, app store, words with friends,mail, and minecraft is a good game you should get it.
If your iTunes doesn't 'see' your iPod when you plug it in, you have a very old version of iTunes (which you need to update) or your cable or USB port could be damaged. The sy…nc is automatic with everything else working. You can only transfer particular recognized file types into the iPad. Word and Excel documents can only be transferred via iTunes if you have Pages and Numbers installed.
It just needs a rest, so when that happens just stop playing on you're iPad for a while.
Very simple. The cable you use to charge your iPad can be used to connect to a USB port on your PC. It acts just like a Thumb Drive or a Flash Drive: what ever you want to cal…l it.
Go into Your Camera roll, and select all the pictures/videos you want to transfer. Choose the option Airdrop and go into your phone and swipe up from the bottom and leave… it on. Go back to your iPad and the name of your phone should appear. Click on it and go back to the phone and accept it. then once it has finished moving over you can delete the photos off the iPad if you want!