4 Ways to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Windows 10/8/7

You all would agree that photos are a big part of life. It gives you the power to preserve and pause your lovely moments for a lifetime. These photos then eventually become a core essence of our memories. The most revolutionary part of the photo history was the advent of digital photos. Now, people are capable of clicking 100s of photos and keep a copy it on all possible electronic devices. Isn't that just amazing?

With so many devices coming into life, it has become difficult to transfer the photos from one media to another. One such case is to transfer photos from iPhone to Windows. It is only natural for users to search for the answer of how to transfer photos from iPhone to Windows. Therefore, this article is here to present you with some of the most viable and reliable solutions to the above-stated problem.

Read on to learn about some the great software and how you can use them to import photos from iPhone to Windows 7 or higher versions.

Part 1: Transfer photos from iPhone to Windows using dr.fone - Transfer (iOS)

While there are many methods available in the market to transfer photos from iPhone, but only a few stand up to the mark. One such majestic software is dr.fone – transfer (iOS) by Wondershare. dr.fone has been the source of pride and confidence for many iPhone users. It comes with tightly knit and highly functional features. This makes dr.fone one of the most reputed brands when it comes to handling the problems related to iPhone photos transfer.

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Other than that, it also contains other useful feature that you definitely love to have in the single pack. Now let us see how to import photos from iPhone to Windows using dr.fone - Transfer

Step 1: Connect your device to the computer

Step 2: Get your official copy of dr.fone – transfer (iOS) and install it. Launch the application and you will get to see the following interface

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Step 3: Click on the Transfer tile and wait for the device name to be shown on the left side of the panel

Step 4: Click on the option that reads " Transfer Device Photos to PC".

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Step 5: dr.fone will take few moments to recognize the photos present on iPhone. Once done, select the required files and initiate the process of transferring the files.

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Alternatively, instead of transferring all photos at once, you can also click on the Photos tab on the panel above and select the photos which you would like to import to proceed to export to PC.

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Congratulations, you were able to successfully import your photos from iPhone to Windows 7.

Part 2: Import photos from iPhone to Windows 10/8/7 using Autoplay

Autoplay is one of the features introduced by the Windows to help get quick access to frequently used options. Although, simple yet it is a powerful option to perform many tedious tasks in few steps, thereby saving your time.

Let us see how Autoplay can help you to transfer photos from iPhone to Windows

1. Import photos from iPhone to Windows 7

Step 1: Connect your iPhone to the computer. Wait for the Autoplay pop-up to show. Once it appears to click on the option "Import pictures and videos".

Step 2: Go to Import setting link > select the desired folder with the help of drop-down menu beside the import button

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Step 3: Add a suitable tag if required, and then click on the import button

2. import photos from iPhone to Windows 8 or higher

Step 1: Connect your iPhone to the system using cable. Wait for the system to recognize your device.

Step 2: Double-click on the ‘This PC" and then right click on the iPhone device. Followed by click on the option that reads "Import pictures and videos".

Step 3: Select "Review, organize, and group items to import" option for the first time. For rest, click on "Import all new items now".

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Step 4: To select the target folder, click on the more option and choose the desired folder

Step 5: Select your photos and start the import process.

Part 3: Import photos from iPhone to Windows 10 using Photo app

Photo app in Windows provides an elegant way to view the photos present in your system. But did you know, you can also use the photo app to import photos from iPhone to Windows? Let's follow the article to learn how you can use the app to import your iPhone photos

Step 1: Connect your iPhone to the system using your lighting cable or 30-pin dock to USB cable.

Step 2: launch the Photos app application from the start menu or taskbar. In case, you do not have the app then download it from the Windows store app

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Step 3: On the top-right corner, you will find an option that reads "Import". Click on that option.

Step 4: Choose the device from where you would like to import. By default, all the photos present in the device will get selected for importing. Deselect any photo or photos that you would not like to import.

Step 5: After that, select the button “Continue” to start the import process.

Part 4: Transfer photos from iPhone to Windows using iTunes

iTunes is the all-in-one multimedia hub for the iPhone and other iOS devices. It is, therefore, obvious that iTunes provides some of the tricks to handle multimedia relates tasks. Let us see how you can use iTunes to transfer photos from iPhone to Windows

Step 1: Open the iTunes. Make sure you have the latest iTunes with you

Step 2: Connect the iPhone to the computer using cable

Step 3: Unlock your iPhone if necessary

Step 4: Click on the device image on the left-hand side panel and browse through the files to select the Photos you want to transfer

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Step 5: Drag the selected files to the iTunes files.

While article introduces you to some of the ingenious methods to transfer photos from iPhone to Windows it is important to note that only a few of those methods help to achieve the successful transfer each and every time. Among all the methods, dr.fone – Transfer (iOS) provides one of the most efficient ways to import photos from iPhone to Windows. Therefore, it is highly recommended to go through the official page of dr.fone and learn about the product. For rest of our users who just want to transfer their pics for a single time, the other options provide a legible and functional plan to help you to solve the problem.

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