How to Transfer Photos and Videos from iPhone Camera Roll to Mac
I have lots of photos taken on my iPhone 5 in my Camera Roll and I would like to have them on my Mac? How can i do this?
The photos and videos taken with your iPhone may eat much of your device capacity. In order to spare more space, you may consider transferring them to your computer and then deleting them on the device. It is also important to back up your photos and videos in the iPhone Camera Roll in case the device is stolen or damaged by accident, or restored to factory settings due to any unknown software update errors. To get photos and videos transferred from iPhone Camera Roll to Mac, you just get iPhone to Mac Transfer to help you. It lets you transfer photos and videos from iPhone to Mac in batches. You can make a backup of all your iPhone photos and video clips onto your Mac local hard drive with ease. iPhone to Mac Transfer supports all iPhone models from iPhone, iPhone 3G/3GS, iPhone 4/4S, to iPhone 5/5s/5s. It supports the latest iOS 7 and OS X 10.9 Mavericks.
Now let's take a look at how it performs to transfer photos and videos from iPhone Camera Roll to Mac using iPhone to Mac Transfer.
Step 1. Download and install iPhone to Mac Transfer
Download iPhone to Mac Transfer and install it onto your Mac.
Step 2. Connect iPhone to Mac
Run the application and connect your iPhone to your Mac. iPhone to Mac transfer will automatically detect your iPhone and the device info will be shown.
Step 3. Transfer Camera Roll from iPhone to Mac
Click the "Camera" icon to open your iPhone Camera Roll.
Locate the photos and videos you want to transfer in the "Camera" library and check them.
Choose the "Export->Export to local" option on the "File" top-menu, or directly click the "Export checked files to local" button to export iPhone Camera Roll files to Mac. There will be a pop-up dialog box where you can choose a target folder to save the transferred files.
Press the "Save" button in the pop-up box, you will see the selected photo and video files copying to your Mac local folder.
iPhone to Mac Transfer can also be used to transfer music, movies, ePub, PDF, audiobooks, voice memos, ringtones, podcasts, TV shows, SMS, contacts, call lists, and more from iPhone to Mac for backup and management.