3 способа передачи фотографий с iPhone на ноутбук (Win; Mac)
3 способа передачи фотографий с iPhone на ноутбук (Win & Mac)
Вы когда-нибудь задумывались о том процессе, который может сделать вас передать свои картинки фотографии на ноутбук легко и comfortably? Если да, то эта статья для вас. Здесь мы даем вам три способа, которыми вы можете завершить процесс передачи фотографий с iPhone к компьютеру. Есть много причин, которые могут привести вас перенести фотографии с iPhone на ноутбук / ПК, такие как:
- 1: В поисках уединения
- 2: вопросы хранения
- 3: Для создания резервной копии
- 4: Дополнительное пространство требуется сохранить некоторые важные файлы и т.д.
Какова бы ни была ваша забота, мы здесь, чтобы помочь вам с этим подробным пошаговым руководством о том, как импортировать фотографии с iPhone к компьютеру. Следуйте руководство упомянутого и передавать их с легкостью. Просто держите устройство готово, чтобы начать процесс переноса.
- Часть 1: Как перенести фотографии с iPhone на ноутбук с dr.fone — Transfer (IOS) ?
- Часть 2: Как загрузить фотографии с iPhone на ноутбук с ОС Windows AutoPlay?
- Часть 3: Как загрузить картинки с iPhone для ноутбуков (Mac) с iPhoto?
How to transfer music from laptop to an iPhone
There’re many advantages to Apple’s ecosystem. The synergy between the devices is unprecedented. Apple has «simplified» things so much that its products are considered to be easier to use. The products also come with a great ecosystem of accessories which makes owning them a fuss-free experience for most of the people.
However, Apple’s approach also adds some complexities. For example, one big problem for the iPhone users is management of their music collection. On the iPhone or iPad you can’t «cut, copy and paste» files. Also, Apple owns the iTunes store and in order to avoid piracy it limits the user of an iPhone or iPad to a host PC or a Mac. So how does one transfer music from a laptop to an iPhone? For example you have 10 songs on your computer. You want them into your iPhone. It is an amazingly simple question, but the answer to it is a little complex.
The iTunes method
The iTunes method is what one must use to transfer music from a laptop, external hard-drive or pen drive to the iPhone. To do this, you need to follow these steps:
1- Download and install iTunes on your Windows PC. On a Mac, it will be pre-loaded. When you will open iTunes for the first time, it will scan your computer for all the music and media and add it to the iTunes library. If you have the music stored on an external drive, make sure that’s also connected to the computer. It will also download all the music you’ve bought from Apple once you log-in to your iTunes account if you have used it before to purchase music.
2- Connect your iPhone to the computer using the USB cable.
4- Locate and click on your device on the left side bar.
5- Click on the ‘Summary’ tab and scroll down to the Options section.
6- Click the box next to «Manually manage music and videos.»
7- Go to the ‘Music’ tab, check box next to sync music
8- Then click on either ‘entire library’ or ‘selected playlists, artists and genre’ which basically allows for manually selecting the songs that you want in the iPhone.
Using iTunes, you can also transfer music wirelessly to the iPhone. The process is quite straight forward and you have to follow the following steps.
1- Connect the iPhone to iTunes using USB cable so that the sharing is enabled between the two devices.
2- Ensure iPhone and your laptop which is running iTunes is on the same Wi-Fi network.
4- Once iPhone is connected iTunes, in the summary tab check on the »Sync with this iPhone over Wi-Fi’ tab.
6- The next time you open iTunes, you will be able to sync music wirelessly — no USB cable required — as long as both the laptop and iPhone are on the same Wi-Fi network.
In case you store music in a pen drive or an external hard disk, here is what you will need to do:
1- Select the «iTunes preferences» menu. On Windows you have to go to the tiny button on the top right corner. On OS X, you have to go to the iTunes icon on the top right.
2- Inside preferences you have to jump straight to the last tab (8th) called «Advanced».
3- In the advanced tab, the first thing you will see ‘iTunes media folder location’. By default, its path will read something like ‘C:\UsersSahilMusiciTunesiTunes Media’. This is the folder you need to copy if you’re backing up your music.
4- In the case you’re trying to add music from an external drive you have to change the path. So if you’re music is on ‘D’ drive inside a folder called music all you need to is change the path to D:\Music and you’re good to go.
Copy music using cloud storage
What if you have saved your music on cloud storage platforms like DropBox, OneDrive, or even Apple’s iCloud? In most cases you will be able to stream the music directly from the dedicated app of the service. In the case of iCloud, the music finds its way into the Music app on the iPhone by turning on a setting on the phone.
So here’s what you must do:
1- Enter the settings menu on the iPhone
2- Go to the iTunes and App Store settings and click the automatic downloads for the music. This will download all the music you have downloaded from the iTunes store on your iPhone. This works even if you made a purchase from a different device, using the same iTunes account.
3- Inside the setting menu, scroll down for the ‘music’ sub-menu and turn on iCloud Music Library which will either seek to merge your iCloud music with the one on your phone or completely replace the music on your phone with the one on iCloud. Opt for the option that is convenient to you.
For DropBox and OneDrive
1- Download the respective apps from the App Store
2- Supply your relevant account ID and password to the app
3- Click on the file to play the song. The app will stream it.
4- On OneDrive, on the bottom right corner, click on the contexual menu and click on open with another app option. This will download the file on the phone so that you can play the song using the standard Music app or third party apps like JukeBox.
5- If you have a lot of music on DropBox and you want to download the music on to the iPhone, then download a free app called JukeBox. Once you open the app, it will ask for your DropBox account details and scan and download all the files on the phone so that you can play them.
The way iOS is architected there is no file system that’s accessible to the user. So if you’re looking for the traditional drag and drop method, you can’t do it, unless you download a third party app. There are apps for both OSX and Windows. For Windows there is SharePod which can be bought for $20, while for OS X, there are solutions like iExplorer which costs $39 and Senuti which costs $19.
Basically, when an iPhone, iPod or iPad are connected to a PC or Mac which have either of these apps open, users can see the file system and drag and drop files.
1- First connect your iPhone to the PC.
2- Then open SharePod, and it will start scanning for an Apple iOS device.
3- Then choose manually the files that you want to copy and click on the ‘Copy to Computer’ button.
1- Open iExporer on the Mac.
2- Connect your iPhone or iPad with the Mac.
3- If iTunes prompts you to sync with your computer, select no or cancel.
4- Select individual tracks using the command button on the Mac.
5- Drag and drop the files in the folder of your choice.
It is worth noting that we have not tested either iExplorer or SharePod, but these apps are believed to be very good at extracting data directly from an iPhone by opening up its file system.
Method 3. How to Connect iPhone to Computer with a USB Cable
Yes, the easiest way to connect an iPhone, iPad, or iPod to a laptop is to use a USB cable, no iTunes or any third-party software need. However, convenient as it is, using a USB cable to connect your iPhone to computer only allows you to access and view your iPhone photos from the computer and transfer photos and videos from your iPhone to the laptop.
If you want to view or transfer other types of content, it won’t work.
To connect your iPhone to laptop with a USB cable and transfer iPhone photos to PC:
Step 1. Connect your iPhone to PC with a USB cable.
Step 2. Unlock your iPhone and trust the computer
Step 3. Double-click «This PC» > [your iPhone name]. If you don’t see your iPhone, check how to fix «iPhone not showing up on PC».
Step 4. Go to «Internal Storage» > the «DCIM» folder > the «100APPLE» folder and you will see all the photos and videos from your iPhone. If you want to transfer photos from iPhone to PC, you can manually copy and paste these items to your computer.
Option 3: To transfer photos from iPhone to Laptop using Windows Explorer (without iTunes), follow these steps.
As previously mentioned, if your iPhone has multiple albums from different sources, you may need to use the method in Options 1 or 2. However, for photos stored in your iPhone Camera Roll, you can transfer your photos directly to your laptop using Windows Explorer.
Let’s get started.
- With your iPhone connected to your laptop using USB, create a new folder on your desktop. This is where you’ll copy your Photos to. I’ve called mine ‘Photo-Transfer’ in this example.
- Open Windows Explorer on your laptop. You’ll see a list of your removable storage under ‘Computer’, click on your iPhone listing.
- Click through Internal Storage -> DCIM to find your Camera Roll photos.
Part 3: Transfer iPhone Photos to Laptop with Photos App
On Windows or Mac laptop, there is a built-in Photos app that allows you to transfer photos from iPhone to laptop using USB. Follow the steps to download photos from iPhone with Photos app:
On a Windows laptop: Connect your iPhone with USB cable > Open Photos app from the Start menu if it doesn’t pop up > Click on the Import option > Choose From a USB cable > Then select photos you want to transfer > Click on Import and Continue.
Import iPhone Photos with Photos on Windows
On a Mac laptop: Connect your iPhone with USB cable > Open Photos app from the Launchpad if it doesn’t pop up > Click on the Import tab > Select the photos > Click Import XX Selected or Import All Items to transfer photos to Mac.
How to Upload Photos from iPhone to Mac with Photos App
Here are more ways to get iPhone photos to a Mac laptop like using Image Capture, Preview, AirDrop, etc. Please read on our guide on Full Ways to Transfer iPhone Photos to a Mac >
Android phones and Windows computers
Windows 10 has become more and more phone-friendly over time, especially with Android devices. Unfortunately, the way Apple restricts access to iOS makes it difficult for anyone else to get into the notification system. On an iPhone, you can still do some cool tricks with Windows 10, such as sending webpages from one device to another, but you cannot sync notifications.
So we’ll focus on sending alerts from an Android to a Windows device. Open the Start menu, click the Settings cog, and choose Phone. Click Add phone, enter your phone number, and your device will receive a text message. Follow the instructions in that text. You’ll need to install Cortana for Android on your phone, if you haven’t done so already, and sign in to the phone app with the same Microsoft account you’re using on your computer. Within the app, tap the menu button (the three lines on the top left), choose Settings, and select Cross device. Here, you can pick the notifications to sync to your computer. These can include incoming calls, incoming messages, low battery alerts, and notifications from specific apps.
Once you’ve finished tweaking the settings, alerts from your Android device will start showing up in the Windows 10 notification pane on the right of the screen. You can even reply directly to some of these alerts, like SMS messages, right from the Windows interface, but this won’t work for apps like Snapchat. For those, you’ll just have the option to keep or dismiss the alert.
You can even link multiple devices to Microsoft Windows. To review the linked devices go back to the Phone section of the computer settings: Open the Start menu, hit the Settings cog, and choose Phone. As time goes on Microsoft might well add even more cross-device options.
So What Do You Do?
Sync from your desktop? From your laptop? Pure cloud baby? Or, like me, do you keep a couple tools at the ready? Let me know what you’re doing, especially if you have any ninja-sync skills you wouldn’t mind sharing!
ColorWare is already offering custom AirPods 3 starting at $319
ColorWare is already offering the chance to own custom-colored AirPods 3 with prices beginning at $319.
Facebook to shut its facial recognition system and delete 1 billion faces
Facebook is planning to shut its facial recognition system this month before deleting the data it has on more than a billion people.
Review — Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars deals a fantastic hand
Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars is a role-playing game made entirely of cards, from the environments to the characters themselves. With engaging gameplay mechanics and fantastic world-building, this game is an Ace.
All the Nintendo Switch accessories for Animal Crossing fans
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is finally out on Nintendo Switch. Go all out with your Animal Crossing love with these adorable-themed accessories.