Today’s iPhones have pretty incredible cameras, which is why so many people take and keep pictures on their phones.
Unfortunately, as sharp as they are, the devices don’t provide the best viewing experience. As such, you may want to transfer your pictures to your computer.
If you have a Mac, you can easily transfer them in a few clicks via AirDrop. However, if you use a Windows PC, getting pictures off your iPhone to your PC isn’t that easy.
That’s why we create this guide, which takes you through some of the best software options for transferring pictures from your iPhone to a PC.
1. CopyTrans Photo
CopyTrans is a solid option for those looking to transfer pictures from iPhone to PC. It uses a familiar drag-and-drop interface, which makes it easy to know exactly what you’re transferring over.
You can also view both your PC and iPhone in one single interface so you never lose track of where you are or what you’re doing.
The software also lets you do helpful things such as backup all photos and videos, create/manage albums, or delete photos to save space on your device.
The software even lets you move pictures from your computer to the iPhone if you need. Numerous different formats, including HEIC, are also supported within the tool.
2. Photo Transfer App
Photo Transfer App has long been a great way to transfer pictures. As long as you have Wifi connection on your PC, you can easily and quickly move pictures from your iPhone.
There are no cables needed at all, which is a good touch. Multiple photos can be transferred and backed up at once, and all metadata of the photos will be preserved.
The interface is clean, and navigating through the various albums will only take a few seconds. The tool can also easily handle HD videos and high-resolution pictures without a problem.
The app is free, but there is the option to upgrade for a small fee if you want to unlock additional features and functionality.
As you could gather from the name, SimpleTransfer is a quick and easy way to move pictures from one device to another. Whether you want to connect with a USB cable or work wirelessly, the choice is yours.
You can view all of your photos at once, and downloading them all at once only takes a single click. Your photos stay secure throughout the entire process too because they are never kept on an external server.
Everything here gets transferred at full resolution, ensuring you don’t lose any image quality during the transfer process.
Other features included with this software include an intuitive photo organizer, as well as a photo cleaner that can save space on your device by cleaning up and removing old duplicate pictures.
Blending both user-friendliness and power, iMazing is a great choice for those looking to quickly and safely transfer their iPhone pictures to a PC.
That’s because the program doesn’t come with any difficult or confusing procedures. Rather, it’s a quick and easy way to conveniently store all of your photos on your computer, making it a good choice for people who don’t want any extra hassle.
Not only that, iMazing works quickly so you never need to sit and wait for your photos to be transferred. Another great feature is that it lets you bulk delete your pictures.
Most of us have dozens (or hundreds) of photos we would like to delete, but going through them one by one is not worth the hassle. This program solves that issue.
The tool also gives you a deep and in-depth view of your pictures, allowing you to see their format, dimensions, size, and location information. In addition to photos, iMazing can make managing your entire iOs device much more streamlined.
Note: iMazing isn’t freeware, but it has a free trial version that allows you to test it out for free.
Transferring pictures from your phone to your PC doesn’t have to be a hassle if you use any of the software listed in this guide. They each allow you to easily and effectively move your pictures, videos, and memories from your iPhone to your PC in no time at all. Don’t be afraid to try a few and see what works for you.
One more thing: don’t forget to make multiple backups of your photos, just in case. You should consider saving one backup copy to the cloud as well, as hardware storage is less reliable these days.
Do you use another software for transferring pictures that you feel like we missed? If so, be sure to let us know in the comments below.