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How to Backup iPhone Photos to Computer

Everybody knows how painful it is when wrongly deleting some precious photos. Do you have this feeling? Now that it has happened, what’s the use of regretting? Accordingly, you need to backup iPhone from now on to protect the photos loss. But iTunes and iCloud aren’t the only way to go. The better place to save your photos is computer.
Things you need: an iPhone, a mac or computer with iTunes installed, USB cable, iPhone Transfer.

Free download iPhone Transfer here:

Both iPhone Transfer and iPhone Transfer (Mac) are available. In the following tutorial, I focus on telling you how to transfer iPhone photos to PC. For Mac users, please download the Mac version to transfer photos from iPhone to Mac.

Tutorial: How to Backup iPhone Photos to PC

Step 1.

Connect Your iPhone to iPhone Transfer

Firstly, install and launch the program on your computer. After that, connect your iPhone to your PC via a USB cable. The program will detect your iPhone automatically and display it in the main window. Your iPhone will be shown like the screenshot displays below.
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Step 2.

Backup iPhone Photos to Your PC

In the left directory tree, you need to click on "Photos" to reveal Photo Library, Camera Roll, and Photo albums in the left column. Click "Camera Roll" or "Photo Library" to see photos in each place respectively. Select photos you want, click "Export to" >"Export to My Computer". After that, a file browser window will pop up. You should choose a folder to store your favorite photos. backup iphone photos to computer
Note: You call also make iPhone photo album backup. Right-click a photo album on the left of the window. Select "Export" from the drop-down list.

Step 3.

Preview Photo on Your Computer

If you are not sure which photo you want to transfer from iPhone to PC, you can still preview the picture on iPhone Transfer. Just right-click the photo and then click "Preview". camera roll photos

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