Tutorial on How to Move Photos from Iphone to Laptop for Beginners

Tutorial on How to Move Photos from Iphone to Laptop for Beginners

Geekers - 2007 marked a new chapter in the world of mobile phones after Steve Jobs officially announced the iPhone. Its appearance was taken seriously by Google, but was responded to casually by Blackberry. After some time, only the Android operating system was able to compete with iOS, while Blackberry had to taste the harsh reality of declining market share by 0.1 percent.


Without taking a long time, the iPhone managed to attract the interest of many people around the world. In addition to its function as a communication tool, the iPhone is also seen as being able to raise the social status of its owner because of its high price.



Not a few are also obsessed with these smart phones so they are willing to stand in line for hours before the store outlets open. This queuing phenomenon can also be found in Indonesia and occurs every time a new iPhone series is launched to the public. A teenager from China was even willing to sell his kidney for his obsession with having the latest iPhone.


An expensive iPhone is indeed full of advanced features so that this cellphone is the dream of many people. As can be seen on the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro Max and iPhone 11 Pro, one of the new features embedded in these three phones is Night Mode. By using a shooting technique called "Adaptive Bracketing", photos taken in a dark room will automatically become bright if you activate the Night Mode option.


How to Transfer Photos from Iphone to Laptop


Apple has also buried three cameras on the back of the iPhone 11 Pro Max and iPhone 11 Pro, which consist of a 26mm wide, 13mm ultra wide and 52mm telephoto camera. Cameras with wide and ultra wide lenses are used to take landscape photos, while telephoto lenses are used to shoot objects that are very far away. Do not forget to tuck in a 12 MP resolution camera on the front.



With all the sophistication of the camera carried by the iPhone, it's no wonder that many of its users take photos very often. To get around the limited iPhone storage capacity, you can follow how to move photos from iPhone to laptop.


1. First make sure you have downloaded AnyTrans for your laptop or computer, then install it as usual.


2. Run the AnyTrans application then connect it to your iPhone using your USB cable. After that, you click Device Manager > Content to PC which has the main AnyTrans menu.


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3. Select the photo category on the iPhone that you want, such as the My Photos folder, Albums or something else. Then on the Export Path for the folder (destination location) after the photos have been successfully transferred. Finally select Next.


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4. After the process of transferring photos from iPhone to laptop is complete, a folder will open which is the destination location after the photos have been successfully transferred.


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5. But sometimes you also want to transfer only certain photos, so not one folder at a time. Make sure the iPhone is still connected to the laptop using a USB cable then select Device Manager > Photos.


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6. Then select which photos you want to move to the laptop.


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7. If so, then you click the PC icon as boxed in red then you select Send to PC. Wait for the photo transfer process from iPhone to laptop to finish.


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Closing


There are several reasons why you should move photos from iPhone to laptop. First, the hard disk capacity is large and can be easily upgraded. The price of the hard disk is relatively cheap. Second, you can edit photos with various desktop software, which on average have far more varied features, such as Adobe Photoshop and Gimp.


Both allow you to apply special effects to manipulate photos so that photos look more attractive, for example making a tree appear as if it is growing in a coffee cup, a seaside that can be spread upwards like a carpet, making height shorter than tall. canned drinks, small children playing ball on the iPhone screen, and others.



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