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How to Transfer Photos From a Computer to an iPhone

You can easily transfer photos to your iPhone.

what you need to know

  • Open Finder on your Mac Iphone > Picture. Check the box for Sync photos from to your device > Choose your sync settings > use.
  • in iTunes for Windows phone icon > Picture. Check the box for photo sync > Choose your sync settings > use.
  • Another way is to enable syncing via iCloud or move your photos to Google Photos.

This article explains how to transfer photos from your Mac or PC to iPhone using the Finder app, iTunes for Windows, iCloud, and Google Photos.

How to Transfer Photos and Videos from iPhone to Computer

How to Transfer Photos from Mac to iPhone

It’s very easy if you have a Mac full of photos you want to transfer to your iPhone. Follow these steps:

These instructions are for Macs running macOS Catalina (10.15) or later. If you’re using an older version, the basic steps are the same, but sync your photos using iTunes instead of the Finder.

First, connect your iPhone to your Mac. This can be done using the cable that came with your iPhone or over Wi-Fi. You may be asked to “trust” your iPhone to sync with your computer. In this case, follow the instructions on your iPhone.

Open a new Finder window.

Click iPhone in the left sidebar.

click Picture.

Screenshot of syncing photos from Mac to iPhone using the Finder.

Check the box next to it. Sync photos to your device from: Enable synchronization.

The user interface element you will use to sync photos to your iPhone in the Finder.

From the drop-down menu, select the program containing the photos you want to sync to iPhone. In most cases, it is pre-installed. Picture apartment

You can also sync photos in a folder by clicking Next. Select folder… and hard drive browsing.

Choose your sync settings. You can choose whether to sync or not. All photos and albums or selected album. If you selected Selected Albums, select the albums you want to sync from the box below. You can also sync your favorite photos and videos.

Once you have selected settings use Save settings and transfer photos from Mac to iPhone.

If the picture is not sent automatically synchronization Click the button in the lower right corner to start broadcasting.

How to Transfer Photos from Computer to iPhone Running Windows

Transferring photos from PC to iPhone is very similar to using a Mac, except that you use iTunes instead of the Finder. For this you will need:

  • You must have iTunes 12.5.1 or later installed on your PC. If you don’t have one, you can download it for free.
  • The photos you want to transfer are saved in the pre-installed Windows Photos app.

Once you do, all you need to do is:

Connect your iPhone to your Windows PC using a cable.

If iTunes doesn’t open automatically, open it.

When prompted, unlock your iPhone with a passcode and follow the onscreen instructions to “trust” the phone.

In iTunes, click the iPhone icon just below the playback controls in the upper-left corner.

Device icon in iTunes

Click on the left sidebar Picture.

photo title in itunes

Check the box next to it. photo sync Enable synchronization.

Photo sync command.

From the drop-down menu, select the program containing the photos you want to sync to iPhone. Must be pre-installed window Picture apartment

You can also sync photos in a folder by clicking Next. Select folder… and hard drive browsing.

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Choose your sync settings. can be synchronized. All photos and albums or selected album. If you selected Selected Albums, select the albums you want to sync. Both options can also sync your favorite photos and videos.

Sync Options in iTunes

Click when done use Save settings and transfer photos from PC to iPhone.

If the transfer does not start immediately synchronization Tap the lower right corner to start sending photos.

Apply button.

How to Transfer Photos from Computer to iPhone Using iCloud

Storing your photos in iCloud Photo Library makes it very easy to import them to your iPhone from there, requiring little to no action. All you have to do is set up iPhone to sync with iCloud Photo Library, and all uploads are automatically synced to iPhone. Here’s how.

on iPhone setting.

At the top of the screen, tap your name.

win iCloud.

Steps to enter iCloud settings on iOS.

win Picture.

move it iCloud Photos Set the slider to On/Green. This will sync the photos from your iCloud account to your iPhone. How long this will take depends on the number of photos and videos you have and the file size.

Steps required to enable iCloud Photos on iOS.

The next time you sync photos from iCloud to iPhone, just add them to iCloud on the web or in the Photos app on your Mac. Once uploaded to iCloud, it is automatically downloaded to your iPhone.

How to Transfer Photos from Computer to iPhone Using Google Photos

If you store your photos in the cloud, but want to use Google Photos instead of iCloud, you can still transfer them to your iPhone. For this you will need:

  • google account.
  • Photos stored in Google Photos.
  • Google Photos app on the App Store (free!).

Once you have these three, simply add photos from a compatible app to your Google Photos account or drag and drop photos from your computer to the Google Photos website.

Then, the next time you open the Google Photos app on your iPhone, the new photos will sync with the app and transfer to your iPhone. As easy as that one!


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How to Transfer Photos From a Computer to an iPhone

Getting photos onto your iPhone is easy

What to Know
On a Mac, open Finder, select iPhone > Photos. Select the box for Sync photos to your device from > choose sync settings > Apply.
In iTunes for Windows, click the phone icon > Photos. Select the box for Sync photos > choose sync settings > Apply.
Another method is to enable syncing via iCloud or move your images to Google Photos.

This article explains how to transfer photos from a Mac or PC to an iPhone, using the Finder app, iTunes for Windows, iCloud, and Google Photos.

How to Transfer Photos and Videos From iPhone to a Computer
How to Transfer Photos From a Mac to an iPhone

If you’ve got a Mac full of photos that you want to transfer to your iPhone, it’s a pretty simple thing to do. Just follow these steps:

These instructions apply to Macs running macOS Catalina (10.15) and up. If you’re using an earlier version, the basic steps are the same but use iTunes to sync your photos instead of the Finder.

Begin by connecting your iPhone to your Mac. This can be done via the cable that came with your iPhone or over Wi-Fi. You may be prompted to “trust” the iPhone to sync with the computer. If so, follow the instructions on the iPhone.

Open a new Finder window.

In the left-hand sidebar, click your iPhone.

Click Photos.

Check the box next to Sync photos to your device from: to enable syncing.

In the drop down menu, choose the program that contains the photos you want to sync to your iPhone. In most cases, this will be the pre-installed Photos app.

You can also choose to sync photos from a folder by clicking Choose folder… and navigating through your hard drive.

Choose your sync settings. You can choose to sync All photos and albums or Selected Albums. If you choose Selected Albums, check the ones you want to sync in the box at the bottom. You can also choose to sync favorite photos and to videos.

When you’ve chosen your settings, click Apply to save your settings and transfer photos from your Mac to your iPhone.

If the photos don’t start to transfer automatically, click the Sync button at the bottom right to start the transfer.
How to Transfer Photos From a Computer to an iPhone Using Windows

Transferring photos from a PC to an iPhone is pretty similar to using a Mac, except that you use iTunes instead of the Finder. To do this, you need:

iTunes 12.5.1 or higher installed on your PC. If you don’t have it, you can download it for free.
The photos you want to transfer stored in the pre-installed Windows Photos app.

Once you’ve got that, here’s what you need to do:

Connect your iPhone to your Windows PC using a cable.

If iTunes doesn’t open automatically, open it.

If prompted, unlock your iPhone using your passcode and “trust” the phone by following the onscreen prompts.

In iTunes, click the iPhone icon just beneath the playback controls in the top left corner.

In the left-hand sidebar, click Photos.

Check the box next to Sync photos to enable syncing.

In the drop down, choose the program that contains the photos you want to sync to your iPhone. This should be the pre-installed Windows Photos app.

You can also sync photos from a folder by clicking Choose folder… and navigating through your hard drive.

Choose your sync settings. You can sync All photos and albums or Selected Albums. If you choose Selected Albums, check the ones you want to sync. For either option, you can also sync favorite photos and to videos.

When you’re done, click Apply to save your settings and transfer photos from your PC to your iPhone.

If the transfer doesn’t start right away, click Sync at the bottom right to start transferring photos.

How to Transfer Photos From a Computer to an iPhone Using iCloud

If you store your photos in your iCloud Photo Library, getting them from there to your iPhone is so simple you hardly have to do anything at all. Just set up your iPhone to sync with your iCloud Photo Library once and then all of your uploads will be automatically synced to your iPhone. Here’s how:

On your iPhone, tap Settings.

Tap your name at the top of the screen.

Tap iCloud.

Tap Photos.

Move the iCloud Photos slider to on/green. When you do this, photos will sync from your iCloud account to your iPhone. How long this takes depends on how many photos and videos you have and how large the files are.

Whenever you next want to sync photos from iCloud to iPhone, just add the photos to iCloud via the web or your Mac’s Photos app. Once they upload to iCloud, they’ll automatically download to your iPhone.

How to Transfer Photos From a Computer to an iPhone Using Google Photos

If you store your photos in the cloud, but prefer to use Google Photos instead of iCloud, you can still transfer photos to your iPhone. To do this, you’ll need:

A Google account.
Photos stored in Google Photos.
The Google Photos app from the App Store (it’s free!).

When you’ve got these three things, simply add photos to your Google Photos account from compatible apps or by dragging and dropping photos onto Google Photos site from your computer.

Then, the next time you open the Google Photos app on your iPhone, the new photos will sync to the app and be transferred to your iPhone. It’s that simple!

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How to Transfer Photos From a Computer to an iPhone

Getting photos onto your iPhone is easy

What to Know
On a Mac, open Finder, select iPhone > Photos. Select the box for Sync photos to your device from > choose sync settings > Apply.
In iTunes for Windows, click the phone icon > Photos. Select the box for Sync photos > choose sync settings > Apply.
Another method is to enable syncing via iCloud or move your images to Google Photos.

This article explains how to transfer photos from a Mac or PC to an iPhone, using the Finder app, iTunes for Windows, iCloud, and Google Photos.

How to Transfer Photos and Videos From iPhone to a Computer
How to Transfer Photos From a Mac to an iPhone

If you’ve got a Mac full of photos that you want to transfer to your iPhone, it’s a pretty simple thing to do. Just follow these steps:

These instructions apply to Macs running macOS Catalina (10.15) and up. If you’re using an earlier version, the basic steps are the same but use iTunes to sync your photos instead of the Finder.

Begin by connecting your iPhone to your Mac. This can be done via the cable that came with your iPhone or over Wi-Fi. You may be prompted to “trust” the iPhone to sync with the computer. If so, follow the instructions on the iPhone.

Open a new Finder window.

In the left-hand sidebar, click your iPhone.

Click Photos.

Check the box next to Sync photos to your device from: to enable syncing.

In the drop down menu, choose the program that contains the photos you want to sync to your iPhone. In most cases, this will be the pre-installed Photos app.

You can also choose to sync photos from a folder by clicking Choose folder… and navigating through your hard drive.

Choose your sync settings. You can choose to sync All photos and albums or Selected Albums. If you choose Selected Albums, check the ones you want to sync in the box at the bottom. You can also choose to sync favorite photos and to videos.

When you’ve chosen your settings, click Apply to save your settings and transfer photos from your Mac to your iPhone.

If the photos don’t start to transfer automatically, click the Sync button at the bottom right to start the transfer.
How to Transfer Photos From a Computer to an iPhone Using Windows

Transferring photos from a PC to an iPhone is pretty similar to using a Mac, except that you use iTunes instead of the Finder. To do this, you need:

iTunes 12.5.1 or higher installed on your PC. If you don’t have it, you can download it for free.
The photos you want to transfer stored in the pre-installed Windows Photos app.

Once you’ve got that, here’s what you need to do:

Connect your iPhone to your Windows PC using a cable.

If iTunes doesn’t open automatically, open it.

If prompted, unlock your iPhone using your passcode and “trust” the phone by following the onscreen prompts.

In iTunes, click the iPhone icon just beneath the playback controls in the top left corner.

In the left-hand sidebar, click Photos.

Check the box next to Sync photos to enable syncing.

In the drop down, choose the program that contains the photos you want to sync to your iPhone. This should be the pre-installed Windows Photos app.

You can also sync photos from a folder by clicking Choose folder… and navigating through your hard drive.

Choose your sync settings. You can sync All photos and albums or Selected Albums. If you choose Selected Albums, check the ones you want to sync. For either option, you can also sync favorite photos and to videos.

When you’re done, click Apply to save your settings and transfer photos from your PC to your iPhone.

If the transfer doesn’t start right away, click Sync at the bottom right to start transferring photos.

How to Transfer Photos From a Computer to an iPhone Using iCloud

If you store your photos in your iCloud Photo Library, getting them from there to your iPhone is so simple you hardly have to do anything at all. Just set up your iPhone to sync with your iCloud Photo Library once and then all of your uploads will be automatically synced to your iPhone. Here’s how:

On your iPhone, tap Settings.

Tap your name at the top of the screen.

Tap iCloud.

Tap Photos.

Move the iCloud Photos slider to on/green. When you do this, photos will sync from your iCloud account to your iPhone. How long this takes depends on how many photos and videos you have and how large the files are.

Whenever you next want to sync photos from iCloud to iPhone, just add the photos to iCloud via the web or your Mac’s Photos app. Once they upload to iCloud, they’ll automatically download to your iPhone.

How to Transfer Photos From a Computer to an iPhone Using Google Photos

If you store your photos in the cloud, but prefer to use Google Photos instead of iCloud, you can still transfer photos to your iPhone. To do this, you’ll need:

A Google account.
Photos stored in Google Photos.
The Google Photos app from the App Store (it’s free!).

When you’ve got these three things, simply add photos to your Google Photos account from compatible apps or by dragging and dropping photos onto Google Photos site from your computer.

Then, the next time you open the Google Photos app on your iPhone, the new photos will sync to the app and be transferred to your iPhone. It’s that simple!

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