How to Transfer Photos from iPod touch to Mac
Don't know how to transfer photos from iPod touch to Mac? Congratulations, you have found what you are looking for, read on this post to find a fast and simple way to transfer iPod touch photos to Mac.
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We know that iPod touch is designed as music player and game player, but Apple started to attach camera to the iPod touch series since 2010, so the iPod touch 5 generation released in 2012 was featured with a 5 – megapixel iSight camera in the back, this means that you can build your photo library on iPod touch.
It comes to build photo library on iPod touch, you can find many ways to make it, such as, capture photos, save photos from Safari or other Apps, download pictures from Email's attachment, take screenshots, etc. Then you will find the number of your photos on iPod touch is increasing everyday, but the question is that how to transfer those photos from iPod touch to computer.
About how to transfer photos from iPod touch to computer, no matter you are windows users or Mac users, you can find several ways to make it. In this post, we will focus on how to transfer iPod touch photos to Mac and offer you several solutions, including Apple software and third-party software.
Windows users can't miss: How to Transfer Photos from iPod touch to PC
Solution 1. Transfer Photos from iPod touch to Mac with AnyTrans
AnyTrans is professional iOS data transfer and it can help you transfer content from iPod touch to Mac easily. Besides transferring photos from iPod to Mac, AnyTrans also allows you import photos from Mac to iPod touch without erasing any previous photos. Further More, it is featured with powerful photo management and fast transferring speed. Now, let's take a look on how to transferring photos from iPod touch to Mac with AnyTrans.
Step 1: Free download AnyTrans and install it on your Mac
Step 2: Launch it and connect your iPod touch with Mac > Scroll down to manage files by category > Click Photos.
Step 3: Select the Photo album > Select the photo > Click the To Computer button.
Transfer Photos from iPod touch to Mac with AnyTrans
Solution 2. Import Photos from iPod touch to Mac with iPhoto
Step 1: Connect your iPod Touch to the Mac with USB cable.
Step 2: Pick up Photos you want to transfer and then click Import Selected or Imported XXX (the number of your photos on iPod touch).
Import Photos from iPod touch to Mac with iPhoto
Normally, your iPhoto will be launched automatically when your iPod touch is connected to Mac, if yours not, change the default setting by following these steps.
Solution 3. Transfer Photos from iPod touch to Mac with Preview
Step 1: Connect your iPod touch to the Mac with USB cable.
Step 2: Launch Preview on your Mac.
Step3: Click File at the left corner of your screen and choose Import from your iPod touch.
Step 4: Pick photos > click Import or Import All > Choose Destination for your iPod touch photos.
Transfer Photos from iPod touch to Mac with Preview - Step 4
In view of the fact that Image Capture and Aperture is not as popular as iPhoto and Preview, so we will not talk about how to use them any more, if you are interested in them, you can read this article.
These are three ways of Transfer Photos from iPod touch to Mac, if this guide helps you, please share it with your friends. By the way, if you encounter any problems, don't hesitate to leave comments on the comment column.
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