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2 Free and Fast Methods to Sync Photos to iPhone

Posted on Jul 25, 2017 by Myra to iPhone Data Transfer

Summary:
Are you wondering how to sync photos to iPhone from computer? If your answer is “Yes”, read this blog post and you will know how to sync photos to iPhone in 2 free ways.

After you bought a new iPhone, it's likely the first thing you'd like to do to enrich your iPhone content is to sync the photos you have saved on your computer to iPhone. Or you just want to move the pictures you have downloaded on your computer to your iPhone to enjoy them as you like. No matter what the reason is, as long as you want to sync photos to your iPhone, you can take a look at this blog post that covers 2 free and easy ways to transfer photos from computer to iPhone for reference. Read on to get the details.

How to sync photos to iPhone

Method 1: Copy photos to iPhone from computer for free with MobiMover

Want to import photos from Window PC to iPhone quickly and easily without erasing the existing data on your iPhone? If so, it won't let you down if you use MobiMover Free, an iPhone data transfer master, to import photos to your iPhone. With MobiMover, you can also transfer other files like videos, music, contacts, notes, messages and so on between iOS devices (iPhone/iPad) or between iOS device and PC for completely free. Can't wait to use MobiMover to have a try? Follow the steps below to learn how to sync photos from computer to iPhone quickly.

Step 1: Download and install MobiMover on your PC with Windows 10/8.1/8/7. As you may know, you need to install iTunes on your PC to help your iPad to be identified.

Step 2: Connect your iPhone to your PC and launch MobiMover. Then a prompt will pop out on your device asking you whether to trust this computer or not, click "Trust" to continue.

Copy photos to iPhone from computer for free with MobiMover - Step 2

Step 3: From the main interface of MobiMover, tap on "Transfer to This Device" and choose to transfer photos "By folder" or "By file".

Copy photos to iPhone from computer for free with MobiMover - Step 3

Step 4: Choose the folders or files you want to transfer and click "Select Folder" or "Open" to confirm the selection.

Copy photos to iPhone from computer for free with MobiMover - Step 4

Step 5: After the selection, MobiMover will show you which App the items will be transferred to in the window. You can click "Add" to continue to select the items you want to transfer or click "Transfer" to begin to transfer the selected item to your iPad. 

Copy photos to iPhone from computer for free with MobiMover - Step 5

Step 6: The photos will be transferred to Photos App on your iPhone 7 automatically. When it's finished, you can go to the App to check the items.

Copy photos to iPhone from computer for free with MobiMover - Step 6

With MobiMover installed on your PC, you can try things like importing videos from iPhone to computer, backing up contacts on iPhone and transferring music from iPhone to iPhone and you will find that it's really easy and fast to manage iPhone/iPad content with MobiMover. Don't hesitate to have a try.

Method 2: Sync photos to iPhone from computer with MobiMover

When it comes to iPhone data transfer, the tool you think of is likely to be iTunes. Transferring photos from computer to iPhone is no exception. The way to sync photos to iPhone with iTunes is shown below.

Step 1: Connect your iPhone to computer and wait for iTunes to open automatically. (If your iPhone is not showing up in iTunes, fix it first.)

Step 2: Tap on the Device icon under the menu bar. (If you have more than one iOS device connected to the computer, choose the device you want to transfer photos to after you click the Device tab.)

Step 3: Click "Photos" under "Settings".

Step 4: Choose "Sync Photos", set the "Copy Photos from:" option and then select between "All folders" or "Selected folders".

Step 5: After you select the photos that will be transferred to your iPhone, click "Sync" to begin the process. (iTunes won't sync to iPhone? Read the blog post to learn what to do.)

How to sync photos to iPhone