How to Transfer Photos from iPhone Camera Roll to Computer
The computer is still your safest place to store your photos. So this article is going to show you how to transfer photos from iPhone camera roll to computer with one click.
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iPhone Camera Roll
The iPhone 5 camera is one of the best on any smartphone, and you're probably want to take a lot of photos and videos. However, as iPhone is not a storage of backup device, so you cannot count on it to carry all photos you have snapped.
While how many photos can your iPhone take? It's easy to assume that each iPhone 5 picture will take up about 2.3MB, or that you'll get 435 photos for every gigabyte on your phone. It implies every time you find there are more than 1000 photos on your iPhone, you need to consider about transferring these photos from your iPhone Camera Roll to the computer.
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How to Transfer iPhone Camera Roll to Computer
For the sake of simplicity, you need a professional iPhone photo transfer software like PhotoTrans. After allotting quite a few gigabites to store music, movies, apps and other contents, probably your iPhone will only leave you a very small portion of space to take pictures.
Stop deleting your pictures gingerly. Now you can use PhotoTrans to transfer the photos from iPhone back to computer and relax yourself to remove them on the device in order to get more free space. Start Taking A Tour >
Step 1: Open PhotoTrans > Connect your iPhone to the computer > On PhotoTrans' home screen, click Camera Roll:
Step 2: Find the photos you want to transfer > Click Export > Set up output folder and start transfer:
The Bottom Line
Altough you can export iPhone camera roll via Windows Explorer, there is no option to preview the pictures. In the PhotoTrans Slideshow screen, you can view the photos in original size, zoom in / out, slide to previous / next photo, set on auto-play, rotate, and export the photo. Start Taking A Tour >
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