How to transfer photos from iPhone to Mac computer or PC — Business Insider
You can transfer photos from an iPhone to a computer by connecting the phone to your computer's respective photo app through iTunes. Transferring photos from your phone to a computer can help you save space on your phone. Apple will phase out iTunes on Macs this fall, but until then, you'll use iTunes on both a Mac and PC to transfer your photos. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.
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