"I cannot figure out how to import the photos from my iPhone 7 to a folder on my computer without iTunes or iCloud. Any good ideas? Thanks advanced." – Linda
iPhone capture high-quality camera, especially with the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 8, people are really fond of taking photos with its built-in dual cameras. We save a mount of images on the iPhone. It's necessary to keep photos on your computer for backup, it may get lost due to various reasons: you may delete them accidently or get your phone lost/damaged. It's a great idea to backup photos on iPhone 7/8 before those things happen. When it comes to importing photos from iPhone to computer, you'll need to take a quick lesson. This post tells you the best ways to transfer photos from iPhone to computer (Mac or Windows) with a superb solution.
Backup iPhone Photos to Computer Directly
Phone Transfer is a helpful application, which makes it easy to help you sync all types of files to your computer from iPhone. It can be used to transfer photos from iPhone 7/8 to computer with one click. Not only photos, but other types of data can be backup from device to computer, including text messages, videos, contacts, calendars, music, apps, call logs. Additionally, Phone Transfer enables to restore backup to device on computer, transfer files between two mobile devices directly. All mobile devices are supported, iOS device, Android device and Symbian device are included. It is both compatible with Windows(Win 7, Win 8 or Win 10) or Mac.
How to Import Photos from iPhone to Computer
Step 1. Run Phone Transfer and Connect iPhone 7/8
Run the Phone Transfer on the computer, and use your USB cable to connect iPhone 7/8 with it. Select "Backup Your Phone" mode in the home page of Phone Transfer.
Step 2. Backup Photos from iPhone 7/8 to Computer
Now you should check all the files that you want to backup, for photos transfer, you should make sure "Photos" are ticked, then click "Start Copy", and the Phone Transfer will automatically backup the selected photos file from your iPhone 7/8 to the computer.