How to Download Pictures from iPhone X/8/7 to PC and Mac macOS Mojave?

Last Updated : Jun 2, 2017

How to download pictures from iPhone to Windows and Mac computers? You can discuss it seperately for the two different systems: Windows computer has AutoPlay function to connect the iPhone Apple ecosystem in picture photo management. Thus, for further reading on how to enable AutoPlay and other ways to transfer pictures from iPhone 6/7/8 to PC Windows computer, refer to this link. Likewise, to transfer pictures from iPhone to Mac using iTunes and photo app, you may refer to Apple official support site.

However, here we would like to focus on a general one-stop solution to let users download pictures from iPhone to computer PC and Mac macOS Mojave alike. This means that we eliminate the trouble switching between applications while instead using just one tool to transfer photos pictures from iPhone to Windows and Mac.

Free iPhone Photo Transfer Tool to Download iPhone Photos

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DearMob iPhone Manager is the simplest solution to download iPhone photos from iPhone to computers. This iPhone photo manager works on both Windows and Mac latest build, offering comprehensive media solutions to import pictures from iPhone 8/7/6 to PC computer and Mac alike.

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How to Download Photos from iPhone to Windows & Mac macOS Mojave?
Download Photos from iPhone to Computer

Step 1. Download DearMob iPhone Photo Transfer Manager
Click the Download button below to get corresponding Windows Mac versions of this free transfer tool. Install and launch it on your devices. DearMob iPhone photo Manager is lightweight and easy to download.

Step 2. Connect iPhone with your PC/Mac
Connect your iPhone device using the lightning cable and tap to trust the computer. This iPhone Photo Manager will start to recognize your device and load all the songs and albums in your iPhone iPad storage.

Step 3. Select and download Photo Pictures from iPhone to Computer
Select the whole album or several photos you want to export from iPhone to computer and click "Export" to finish the work. This photo manager can guarantee a 1000-photo-transfer within 100 seconds!

The same steps apply to both Windows 10 and macOS Mojave while using this free software.

Tips and notes

The default iPhone photo albums are locked and you cannot delete/add/edit photos in those albums. But you can create new albums in your iPhone/iPad directly from this software to move photo pictures from computer to iPhone iPad.

You can view your iPhone photos in small icons and large icons, and group them by year/month/day. All the adding/deleting/creating operations can be revoked before syncing if you accidently change your mind.

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