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The iPhone screen is too small to share photos with your friends. Why not use the large PC screen and CopyTrans Photo to play stunning full-screen slideshows of your iPhone photos? You can view slideshows of iPad photos or iPod Touch photos too.

Here’s how to play iPhone photo slideshow on PC

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

  2. Install the program. If you need help installing, please refer to the Installation guide.

  3. Run CopyTrans Photo and connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod to the PC. The iPhone photos will appear on the left, while the PC photos will appear on the right. iPhone photos and PC photos

  4. To view iPhone or PC photos in a slideshow, choose the range of photos, right click on them and select “Slideshow” button. Alternatively, you can simply press the Ctrl + L combination to play the slideshow.Play the slideshow

  5. A slideshow with the iPhone photos will begin in a full-screen mode. The slideshow is playing

Tips for stunning iPhone photo slideshows

  • Pause and play slideshows by pressing the space bar on your keyboard.

  • Use photo thumbnails which appear at the bottom to click on a photo you wish to display straight away. Click on a photo you wish displayed straight away

  • Exit from slideshows by pressing the “Esc” key. The slideshow settings

  • Press “CTRL + S” key to view the slideshow settings. For instance, you can modify the background color, photo position on the screen, display photo count or photo name, etc. Once satisfied with the slideshow settings, click “Continue”. Tune your slideshow

  • Use the left and right arrow keys on the keyboard to go through slideshow photos at your own pace.

  • You can connect the PC to a TV screen for an even better experience!

This is how to view iPhone or iPad photos in a slideshow on the PC.

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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.