It's a very easy and straightforward process to transfer photos from iPhone to iTunes. However, iTunes is an official tool from Apple, so once we need to transfer photos, music, or other files from iPhone to computer, it should be the first choice for us. But unfortunately, Apple has limitation to the transfer data from iPhone to iTunes, only purchased files like purchased songs or apps from iTunes will be allowed to be transferred from iPhone to iTunes. For other files like photos, we can't directly transfer them to iTunes and manage them in iTunes.
In this case, how can we do? Here is an iPhone photo transfer tool for your reference, it will make the process much easier.
The best iPhone photo transfer, iPhone Transfer can help you to transfer different type of data from iOS devices to the computer, while managing the files easier.
Let us to learn together with its awesome presentation and user friendly interface, free download the trial version and have a try now!
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Step 1. Lanuch the iPhone Transfer on your computer
Step 2. Connect your device to the computer
Connect the iPhone in which you have photos to be transferred to the computer via a USB cable.
Step 3. Transfer photos to iTunes
Select the album under the "Photos", like Camera Roll, Photo Library, and so on. Here we select Photo Library for example. Then select the photos which you want to transfer from iPhone to iTunes/PC, and click "Export" > "Export to PC" on the top, then a window will pop up, select the destination folder on PC, and click "OK" to start transferring photos.
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With this photo transfer tool, you can easily transfer photos to iTunes, and manage these pictures in a brief interface. Besides, it is fully compatible with iPhone7(s)/7(s) Plus//6(s)/6(s) Plus/5s/5c/5/4S/4/3GS and iPad, iPod.
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