· Connect your iPhone to Mac with a USB cable. Run EaseUS MobiMover, choose "Phone to Mac" and click the "Next" button to continue. Step 2. Check the category/categories you want to copy from your iPhone to Mac. As you can see, you can copy other supported files together with photos from your iPhone to Mac all at once.
You can use the Photos app to import photos from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to your Mac. Connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to your Mac with a USB cable. Open the Photos app. The Photos app shows an Import screen with all the photos and videos that are on your connected device. If the Import screen doesn't automatically appear, click the device's name in the Photos sidebar.
Import into the Photos library without specifying an album: Click the “Import to” pop-up menu, then choose Library. Do one of the following: Import all new photos: Click Import All New Photos. Import a selection of photos: Click the photos you want to import, then click Import Selected.
Import photos from an iPhone or iPad to a Mac using Photos One of the quickest methods is to plug the Lightning-to-USB cable you use to charge the iPhone into one of your Mac’s USB ports. When an iPhone is connected, the macOS Photos app automatically opens and suggests importing your photos. Here’s the import process, step by step.
· Run Photos App on your iPhone > Tap on Albums to open Albums Page > Choose the target album. Tap on Edit button > Pick up the photos you want to transfer > Tap on Share button and choose Email. Type your Email address and complete the Email > Tap on Send > Sign in your Email on Mac and download those pictures and store them on Mac.
· Open up the Photos app, and then tap a photo you want to send to your Mac—or hit “Select” and choose multiple photos to transfer. With at least one photo selected, tap the “Share” button in the bottom-left corner. In the “AirDrop” section, you should see your Mac listed. Tap it to transfer the selected photos to your Mac.
· One of the quickest and easiest ways of transferring photos on to a Mac is to plug your iPhone into the USB port on your Mac (assuming you have the necessary cable with a connection …
Click the "Download All" button to transfer all of your photos. Click the "Download Some" button to select the photos you want to download.
· On iCloud.com, click Photos and select a photo or video. Hold the command key on your Mac or control key on your PC to select multiple photos or videos. Click and hold the download icon in the upper corner of the window. If you want to download your photo or video as it was originally captured or imported, choose Unmodified Original.
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