[FREE]How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Windows 10

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Duke Updated on Jun 07, 2018 to iPhone Data Transfer | How-to Articles

Applies To: iPhone XS/XS Max/XR, iPhone X, iPhone 8/8 Plus, iPhone 7/7 Plus, iPhone 6/6s, PC running Windows 10, Windows 8 and Windows 7

Windows use to have the largest number of users in the world, it still has the most users in the field of the computer system, Windows 10 is the latest version. On the contrary, Windows Phone is not as good as iPhone, that makes it's normal to have an iPhone and a Windows computer. However, the situation is more complicated when it comes to transferring photos from iPhone to the computer. iTunes is more helpful for transferring photos from Windows 10 PC to iPhone, but not on the verses. Don't worry, this guide will show you how to transfer photos from iPhone to PC in Windows 10.

Part 1. How to transfer photos from iPhone to Windows 10 via EaseUS MobiMover

Using iTunes is a good method to transfer photos from iPhone to Windows 10 computer. But, you may have already notice that iTunes is always too slow to work. Plus, iTunes has a very limited function as transferring data from iPhone to the computer. EaseUS MobiMover is designed to transfer photos, videos, music and other kinds of iPhone data between iOS devices or between iPhone/iPad and computer. With the clear user interface and easy operation, you could transfer photos from iPhone to PC in Windows 10 in a few clicks. What's more, it is totally free iPhone transfer for individual users. If you are still looking for an iTunes alternative choice, try EaseUS MobiMover.

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Step 1: Connect your iPhone to PC running Windows 7 or later, run EaseUS MobiMover Free, then choose iDevice to PC.

How to transfer photos from iPhone to PC running Windows 10/8/7 - Step 1

Step 2: Check the category/categories you want to transfer from your iPhone to PC running Windows 10/8/7. As you can see, you can copy other supported files together with photos from your iPhone to PC all at once.

How to transfer photos from iPhone to PC running Windows 10/8/7 - Step 2

Step 3: Click the folder icon to choose a location. After that, click Transfer to start transferring photos from your iPhone to Windows 10/8/7 PC.

How to transfer photos from iPhone to PC running Windows 10/8/7 - Step 3

Step 4: Wait for the process to finish and check the photos in the selected folder on your computer.

How to transfer photos from iPhone to PC running Windows 10/8/7 - Step 4

Transferring pictures from iPhone to Windows 10 PC can also be done using the Transfer to Computer feature from the main interface. If you have followed the steps above to import photos from iPhone to Windows 10 PC, you would have found that how simple and useful MobiMover is. Don't hesitate to have a try.

Tips: You could send music to iPhone, please go to Custom Audios Music, then follow the same guide.

Part 2. How to transfer photos from iPhone to Windows 10 via iCloud

Apple also provides solutions for transferring photos from iPhone to Windows 10 too. One of the most convenient solutions would be iCloud. iCloud is the free online service for Apple device users. It has some useful functions, like iCloud Backup and iCloud Music Library. It's also a bridge between iOS and Windows 10.

But, please notice that iCloud has a 5 GB free limitation. If you have too many photos to trasnfer, you may want to consider Part 1.

For iCloud.com

Step 1. Unlock your iPhone and go to Settings>[your name]>iCloud>Photos, and enable the option iCloud Photo Library. You can also backup other data with iCloud too.

Step 2. Open your web browser and go to iCloud.com, then log in with your account.

Step 3. Click the section Photos and choose All Photos on the left side menu.

Step 4.Select the photos you want to transfer to Windows 10, then click the button Download selected item.

For iCloud app

Step 1. Unlock your iPhone and go to Settings > [your name] > iCloud > Photos, and enable the option iCloud Photo Library.

Step 2. Install the iCloud app on your Windows 10 and launch it.

Step 3. Go to iCloud > iCloud Photos > Download, you will find the photos you want to transfer to Windows 10 here.

How to import photos from iPhone to Windows 10 - Part 2