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How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to PC Windows 7

Posted on Dec 05, 2017 by Nathalie to iPhone Data Transfer

Summary:
Want to transfer photos from iPhone to PC Windows 7 for data backup and iPhone space clear? This article will introduce you to 2 free ways to transfer photos from iPhone to PC Windows 7.

Now on the market, iPhone has the different models and different memory sizes for consumers to choose, for those users whose memory size is less than 64GB, one of the common problems they may encounter is lack of space. However, until now there is no effective and safe way to expand the storage space of iPhone, thus you may want to transfer some of the photos from iPhone to PC Windows 7 for data backup and iPhone space clear. Luckily the photo transfer from iPhone to PC Windows 7 is easy and straightforward. Here, in this blog post, we will show you 2 free ways to transfer photos from iPhone to PC Windows 7. Read on to get more details.

Method 1. Transfer photos from iPhone to PC Windows 7 via AutoPlay 

On Windows 7, the AutoPlay should pop up automatically when you plug in with your iPhone. So with Windows AutoPlay, you can easily transfer Photos on iPhone to PC Windows 7. The specific steps are as follows:

  • Enable AutoPlay on your PC Windows 7: Click the Start Menu > Control Panel > Search for AutoPlay > AutoPlay > Turn on "Use AutoPlay for all media and devices".
  • Connect your iPhone to PC Windows 7 using the standard USB cable, at the bottom of the new pop-up window, you'll see that your iPhone is plugged in.
  • When the AutoPlay window pops out, choose "Import pictures and videos". 
  • In "Import Settings", choose or create a folder to store the photos from your iPhone.
  • Confirm your setup and click "Import" to transfer photos from iPhone to PC Windows 7.

Transfer photos from iPhone to PC Windows 7 via AutoPlay
 

Method 2. Transfer photos from iPhone to PC Windows 7 with MobiMover

The AutoPlayonly on Windows 7 only can help you transfer Camera Roll Photos to computer. To transfer all kinds of photos from iPhone to PC Windows 7, including photos from Camera Roll, Photo Stream, and Photo Library. Here we recommend you a free iPhone content manager tool – EaseUS MobiMover Free, which can help you transfer files between iOS devices (iPhone/iPad) and computer or between two iOS devices. Besides, MobiMover can also work on PC running Windows 10/8.1/8/7. Give a try on MobiMover now.

Step 1: Download and install MobiMover on your PC Windows 7. To identify your iPhone, you also need to install iTunes on your PC Windows 7.

Step 2: Connect your iPhone to your PC Windows 7 with a USB cable and launch MobiMover. When a pop-up appears on your iPhone screen asking you whether to trust this computer or not, tap on Trust to continue.

Transfer Photos from iPhone to PC Windows 7-step 2

Step 3: With MobiMover, you can transfer photos from iPhone to PC Windows 7 in two ways. One is to use Transfer to Computer, the other is to use Custom. Here we take Transfer to Computer as an example. Tap on Transfer to Computer and wait for the content on your iPhone to be loaded. MobiMover will automatically select all the detected items. You can choose the items that you want to transfer.

Transfer Photos from iPhone to PC Windows 7 - Step 3

Step 4: After checking the items you'd like to transfer to PC Windows 7, click "Browse" to select or create a folder to save the photos that will be transferred and then click "Selected Folder" to confirm.

Transfer Photos from iPhone to PC Windows 7- Step 4

Step 5: Tap on "Transfer" to start to transfer Photos from iPhone to PC Windows 7. When it's finished, you can tap on View to check the transferred photos.

Transfer Photos from iPhone to PC Windows 7- Step 5

With MobiMover installed on your PC, things like transferring photos from iPhone to iPhone, importing contacts from computer to iPhone X and more are no longer a big headache for you. Don't hesitate to download and install MobiMover on your PC to have a try.