How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Dell Laptop

Don’t know how to transfer photos from iPhone to Dell laptop? Read this guide and you will get 3 simple ways to transfer photos from iPhone to Dell laptop.

Author Avatar Joy Taylor Last Updated: May. 05, 2022
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Mrs. Young has a mania for photo taking. However, currently, she found that photos on her iPhone take too much storage. She wants to transfer photos from iPhone to a Dell laptop running Windows 10 to free up iPhone storage. Then how can she get pictures off iPhone with ease?

Now, we are here to introduce you to some ways to import photos from iPhone to Dell Laptop step by step, including the photos in People, Places, Photo Stream, Albums, and others.

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How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Dell Laptop

To successfully transfer all kinds of photos to the laptop, you will certainly need AnyTrans. AnyTrans could help you transfer photos, including photos in People, Places, Photo Stream, Photo Videos, Shared Albums from iPhone to Dell laptop without data loss. Here are more reasons you will like AnyTrans:

  1. First, it is efficient to transfer photos in one-click or selectively. And you can move them through the same albums as displayed on your iPhone.
  2. What’s more, transferring photos with AnyTrans will not influence image quality.
  3. Also, it can help you upload iPhone photos to another iPhone, or manage your iCloud photos here.

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Now, let’s see how AnyTrans helps you transfer photos from iPhone to Dell laptop.

Step 1. Free Download AnyTrans on your Dell laptop and launch it > Connect your iPhone to computer via USB cable. Click Device Manager > Choose Photos from category box.

Choose Device Manager mode and click on the Photos category

Choose Device Manager mode and click on the Photos category

Step 2. Select photos you want to transfer > Click the Send to PC button. Your iPhone photos will be transferred to Dell laptop soon.

Choose the Photos You Want and Click on To PC

Choose the Photos You Want and Click on To PC

Copy Photos from iPhone to Dell Laptop Using Windows Explorer

  1. Connect your iPhone to your Computer with a lightning cable.
  2. When iPhone is connected to the PC successfully, your iPhone name will appear under “This PC”.
  3. Double click your iPhone Name > Internal Storage > DCIM. Your photos and videos are stored in the 102CLOUD, 103APPLE, and more folders. You can access all your photos among these folders.
  4. Select the photos you want to copy to computer. (Tap Ctrl button and click photos using Mouse to select multiple pictures)

    Select the Photos from iPhone

    Select the Photos from iPhone

  5. Drag the selected photos and drop them to a created folder you want to store them. Or you can use copy-and-paste to move the whole DCIM to computer.
Copy the Photos from iPhone

Get Photos Off iPhone to PC

If you connect your iPhone to your computer for the first time, you need to tap Trust/Allow on your iPhone to give your computer access to your photos.

Recently, some users reported that photos won’t upload on Windows because they are saved in HEIC format. I f you’re facing this problem too, you can have a try on iMobie HEIC Converter, a hassle-free HEIC converter tool that supports change these photos to JPG. And then you can try to upload photos on Windows again.

Transfer Photos from iPhone to Dell Laptop Using Photo App

You can also use the built-in photo management tool in Windows 10 to help you transfer the photos stored in the Camera Roll album to your Dell laptop. But please NOTE that when the photos are imported into the laptop, it will automatically delete the photos on your iPhone for you. Specific steps are as follows:

  1. Please connect your iPhone to the Dell laptop via a USB cable > run the Photo App on your laptop. (If asked, enter the passcode on the iPhone and tap on Trust.)
  2. Tap Import > Select from USB Device and wait a moment > Click Import Settings to set the destination or other options.
  3. Select the photos you want to import > then click Import Selected.
Open Photos App on Windows 10 computer

Open Photos App on Windows 10 computer

Bonus Part: How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Dell Laptop Wirelessly

When you have no available USB cable aside or your iPhone cannot be recognized by your computer, you can try AnyTrans app, which is capable of transferring photos from iPhone to computer wirelessly. Now connect your iPhone with Wi-Fi and start the steps below:

Step 1. Install AnyTrans app on your iPhone.

Step 2. On your computer, enter anytrans.io in your browser, and you’ll see a QR code.

Step 3. On your iPhone, open the AnyTrans app you just installed and tap on the Scan button to scan the QR code on your computer.

How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Dell Laptop Wirelessly

How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Dell Laptop Wirelessly

Step 4. Then all your iPhone photos will show up. Select the photos you want to transfer to your Dell laptop and click the “Download” button to start transferring.

How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Dell Laptop Wirelessly

How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Dell Laptop Wirelessly

The Bottom Line

As you can see, using AnyTrans to transfer photos from iPhone to Dell laptop is just simple. If you find this article helpful, we’d appreciate it if you can give this article a like or share it with others. If you have any questions about this article, please leave them in the comment column. By the way, don’t forget to give AnyTrans a try!

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