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[Freeware] How to Upload Photos from iPhone to PC

Posted on Dec 18, 2017 by Markus to iPhone Data Transfer

Summary:
When there is no more space on your iPhone for new files, you need to read the following article to learn how to manage your files and make room for new data.

How to free up my iPhone?

There is no space on your iPhone to store new picture or movie. You need to delete some old photos on your iPhone to make space. No one wants to delete their photos, cause all of them are very precious memories. This article will show you a free method to free up your iPhone without any data loss. What you need is a free software for iPhone data transfer to upload photos from iPhone to PC

Transfer photos from iPhone to PC with EaseUS MobiMover

EaseUS MobiMover Free is a professional data transfer and management software that especially designed for iPhone users. It can help you share files between two iOS devices (iPhone/iPad in iOS 8 or later) or between iOS device and computer. Now I'm going to show you, how to use this free photo transfer EaseUS MobiMover to upload your photos to PC.

1.Download and install EaseUS MobiMover Free on your computer that running Windows 1018.1/8/7.
Tips: Make sure that you have installed iTunes for data access

2.Connect your iPhone to PC with a USB cable and start MobiMover.

3.Click “Transfer to Computer”, and all the category of your content on iPhone will be displayed.

Launch MobiMover to upload photos from iPhone to PC

4. Choose the Photo category. if you want transfer notes from iPhone to PC, you can also select this category.

choose data to start the transfer

5.Tap "Browse" to choose the destination path for the uploaded files.

choose the destination path for the uploaded data

6. Then click Transfer to start the process. After the transfer has completed, check your photos on the computer. If the photos have been successfully transferred, you can delete them on your iPhone to free up the space for new data.