Transfer Photos and Videos from iPhone to Mac [3 Methods!] – 2018

Transfer Photos and Videos from iPhone to Mac [3 Methods!] – 2018


Hello Friends! Welcome back to AppleFrendly. Today I’m gonna show you how to transfer
photos and videos from your iPhone to Mac. This is video is not for Windows users, but
soon I shall be releasing a tutorial for Windows users as well. So, stay tuned for that. And with that being said, let’s get started! I’m gonna to discuss, 3 different ways to
transfer photos and videos from iPhone to Mac. The first one is using Image Capture App on
your Mac. So, launch this app on your Mac. Now, connect iPhone to your Mac using lightning
connector. You should immediately see your iPhone under
DEVICES section. And you should find all of your Photos and
Videos on the right side here. Now you need to know that JPG format is for
Photos. MP4 is for Videos. PNG is again for Photos. Now before saving the Photos and Videos to
your Mac, you need select the destination here. You can also select OTHER Create custom folder and CHOOSE But for the purpose of this, I’m gonna save
it to PICTURES folder. Now you have to select the Photos and Videos
you want to save and tap on this IMPORT button on the bottom right corner. You can also tap on this IMPORT ALL button
to save all the Photos and Videos all at once. But demo purpose, I’m going to select single
video And hit IMPORT Now, when you launch the FINDER You should find you Photos and Videos under PICTURES folder. That’s all! Now let us look at the second method. In this method, we would be using the PHOTOS
app on Mac. So, launch the Photos App. And when you connect your iPhone to your Mac
using lightning connector, you should find it under DEVICES section. And all your Photos and Videos on the right
side here. Now, before saving the Photos and Videos to
your Mac, you can tap here and create a NEW ALBUM if you want to. I’ll keep LIBRARY as my default option for
the purpose of this video. Now you need to select Photos and Videos you
want to save and tap on IMPORT to save selected items to your Mac. You can also tap on this IMPORT ALL NEW ITEMS
button to save all the Photos and Videos all at once. I’ll save only selected media for the demo
purpose. So, let’s tap on IMPORT button. And here are your Photos and Videos under
IMPORTS section OR PHOTOS section That’s all! Now let us look at the third method. In this method, you don’t need lightning
connector. We will be using the AIRDROP feature on iPhone
& Mac and the transfer would be wireless. So, on your Mac, under AIRDROP section, make
sure that AIRDROP visibility is set to EVERYONE. And on your iPhone, launch PHOTOS App. Tap on SELECT Select the Photos and Videos you want to transfer. Tap on SHARE SHEET button on the bottom left corner And hit AIRDROP Now your iPhone will start looking for nearby
devices. Select your Mac on your iPhone. And hit ACCEPT on your Mac. And once the transfer is finished, you can
go to your DOWNLOADS folder in FINDER and find all of your Photos and Videos. That’s all! So, these are the 3 methods that I thought
would be helpful to transfer Photos and Videos from iPhone to Mac easily. And this brings me to the end of the video. Let me know your favorite method down in the
comments below. And let’s start the discussion. And well, if you liked this video, share it with your
friends and loved ones. I shall soon be back with the new video. Till then take good care of yourself. This is Vikas, signing off, Thank you so much for watching!

Dereck Turner

7 thoughts on “Transfer Photos and Videos from iPhone to Mac [3 Methods!] – 2018

  1. Nunzio Improta says:

    I have not got a Mac. But as always very interesting. I follow you always. Very good !!!!!!

  2. Brittney B says:

    you jump a big step witch is how so you even connect lightning connector?

  3. Andrew & Christina Meredith says:

    thank you! – i did an update and usually use photos upp but its changed a bit! now I'm back on track! thanks

  4. vinodh s says:

    Plz upload how transfer photos and videos frm iphone to laptop

  5. Ryan Stevenson says:

    Good lad, well done.

  6. Lars Toebes says:

    Useful tutorial! I have searched for a long time how to get photos from iphone to mac, without using Mac's Photos App. Keep up the good work!

  7. HengZz YapTV says:

    Finally someone answer the real question! thanks mate!

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