Transferring photos from an iPhone to a computer is relatively easy and can be done in several ways. The simplest way is to connect your iPhone to the computer using a USB cable, then open iTunes and select your device. Once you are in the Photos tab, select “Sync Photos” and choose where you want the photos stored on your PC.

Another option is to use Apple’s AirDrop feature which allows users to wirelessly transfer files between their Macs or iOS devices; simply open up Control Center on both devices and make sure Bluetooth/Wi-Fi is enabled. Then go into AirDrop settings on both devices and enable it for everyone near you or just those who have requested permission; after that you will be able to send pictures directly from one device to another without any cables involved. Finally, if neither of these methods works for you there are plenty of apps available (eg Dropbox) which make transferring photos even easier!

•             Connect your iPhone to your computer using the USB cord that came with it: Plug one end of the USB cable into the port on your iPhone, and then plug the other end into an available USB port on your computer

•             Open iTunes if it doesn’t open automatically: After connecting your phone, a window should pop up prompting you to choose what action you want to perform with iTunes

•             If this doesn’t happen automatically, manually launch the program by opening Finder (on Mac) or File Explorer (on Windows), and navigating to Applications > iTunes

•             Select “Trust” when prompted: When connecting for the first time, you may be asked if you want to trust this computer; select “Trust” in order for your device and computer communicate properly over their connection

•             Select your device from within iTunes: Once opened, click on “Devices” at top left of screen and select which device is connected from drop-down menu (e

•             , “iPhone”)

•             This will cause all of its content—including photos—to display in main window area of application beneath various tabs such as Summary, Music etc

•             Choose Photos tab & Import settings: In main window select Photos tab – here you can choose import settings like file size/type , location where photos are stored etc

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