iPhone now is even more like a professional digital camera than before, users tend to use iPhone shoot the beautiful moment and get them upload to social media. Of course, most of them may choose to transfer photos from iPhone X to Mac for further edit. In this article, users will know how to import photos from iPhone X (10) to Mac without iTunes.
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To successfully transfer photos from iPhone X to Mac, you should first download iCarFone onto your Mac and install it. Then run the program, connect your iPhone X with Mac via USB, choose “File Manager” and you will see the interface like below.
Choose “Photos” from the files types, then the program will automatically detect all the photos in your iPhone X, you then need to check needed ones and click “Export” to save in your Mac.
For Mac, it is also more convenient to export photo from iOS device like iPhone/iPad/iPod. If you don’t know how to operate, just follow the steps.
Connect your iPhone X with Mac first, then find and open “Photo” on your Mac. Click iPhone icon in the left category, check wanted photos and click on “Import Selected”.
When the process is done, you can click “Last Import” to see the history.
For a big amount of pictures, connect iPhone X with Mac to transfer photos can be better. But if you have only pieces of photos to copy, then you may have a try by using Email to send photos from iPhone X to Mac.
Users should only select target photos and tap on the share icon, then choose Mail.
You will find your photo will be changed into attachment, and you should add Email address that you can receive letters on your Mac.
That’s all about how to export photos from iPhone X to Mac, if you want to transfer photo from iPhone 8/8 Plus/7/6/5, iPad, iPod to Mac or want to copy other types of iOS files, this article will also be helpful.comments powered by Disqus