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Move photo from Iphone to computer documents.

Discussion in 'Apple Mobile Devices' started by boojake, Aug 13, 2018.

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  1. boojake

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    I am trying to copy a photo from Iphone to my computer documents. I can find no option to do this.
     
  2. TerryNet

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    One way is to (on the iPhone) sync photos with iCloud. Then you can access them at iCloud.com from any computer (and download them if desired).
     
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  4. GrinHulk

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    Now you can just plug your iPhone into your computer and then folders of photos will pop up. But iCloud workds fine too.
     
  5. boojake

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    Many thanks GR. Works fine ! BO
     
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  6. GrinHulk

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    You're welcome! Glad I can help
     
  7. Themeister1994

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    Dropbox is a great solution too. I have had some issues with iCloud suddenly deleting all my pictures, so I use dropbox instead.
     
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    Sad to hear about your iCloud issue. But yeah, I agree with you. Dropbox is a great alternative. I use it for other files too.
     
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