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CopyTrans Photo offers a quick an efficient way to transfer photos from iPhone or iPad to PC in just a few clicks. Without the need for iTunes sync. This article demonstrates how to transfer iPhone photos to computer but the method also works with any iOS or iPod device which supports photos: iPad Air, iPod Touch, iPod nano etc.

Let’s transfer iPhone photos to PC:

Follow the steps below:

  1. Download CopyTrans Photo from the following page: Download CopyTrans Photo

  2. Install the program. If you need help installing CopyTrans Photo, please refer to this article

  3. Run CopyTrans Photo and connect the iPhone. iPhone or iPad photos are displayed on the left hand side of the main program window. The PC photos appear on the right iphone photos in copytrans photo

  4. Select the iPad photo album on the left of the iPhone photo pane. In this case, we selected an iPad album called “Earth, Wind, Fire” iphone photos in copytrans photo

  5. Next select the iPad photos you wish to transfer to the PC. To select multiple photos press and hold the CTRL key and click on each photo. To select all photos from a particular iPhone album press and hold CTRL + A choose iphone photos to copy to pc

  6. Select a PC folder from the pane on the far right side of the main program window. In this case, we selected the “My Photos” folder select pc photo folder where to transfer iphone photos

  7. Now drag and drop the selected photos from the left to the PC pane on the right transfer iphone photos to pc via drag and drop

  8. Finally, click on the “Apply changes” button click on apply changes button to transfer iphone photos to pc folder

  9. The selected iPad photos are now transferred to the folder on your PC iphone photos as they appear in computer folder

TIP: If you’d like to transfer all of the iPhone or iPad photos and albums to the PC, you can use the 1-click “Full Backup” feature in CopyTrans Photo. To find more about how this feature works, refer to the following tutorial: How to backup iPad photos and albums. transfer entire set of iPhone photos to computer

By krasimir

Krasimir is an avid marketing aficionado and a tech-support specialist in charge of the English-speaking market. He grew up in Bulgaria and on the island of Mauritius where he became passionate about windsurfing and photography.