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No matter you own a relatively old iPhone 5 or a span-new iPhone 6, you may have hundreds of photos stored on your iPhone with its limited storage. If your iPhone is 8 GB or 16 GB, there is the great possibility that one day your iPhone storage is running out space for the photos.
To free up space on your iPhone, here you can get two ways to import photos from iPhone to computer.
Part 1. How to import photos from iPhone to computer with Windows AutoPlay
1. Connect your iPhone to the computer. If the AutoPlay window appears, click "Import Pictures and Videos using Windows".
2. Click the Import Settings link > In the resulting window, you can change the folder to which your Camera Roll's photos will be imported by clicking the Browse button next to the "Import to" field.
3. After setting your import options, click OK > Choose a tag if desired and click Import.
Part 2. How to Import Photos from iPhone to Computer with AnyTrans
1. Download and install AnyTrans on your computer, then connect your iPhone to the PC.
2. Open up AnyTrans, on the homepage, click Photos button.
3. Choose the photos from Camera Roll/Photo Stream/Photo Share/Photo Library/Album/Panorama/Bursts(Which is various depends on your iPhone mode).
If you're using a 16GB iPhone 6, you may have to clean up storage on your iPhone regularly to keep the device running normally. If you don't want to delete the photos shot with my iPhone camera, you can connect your iPhone to computer with the USB cable, and copy these photos to your computer. This method is an easy but efficient way to keep your iPhone photos when you want to free up your iPhone storage space. http://www.leawo.org/tutorial/how-do-i-manage-my-storage-on-my-iphone.html
I can understand you very well. Because this situation drives people insane indeed. I once have the same trouble. here's some tricks to free up space on your phone.
1. Go to Settings > Safari > Clear History & Clear Cookies & Data. This takes up a surprising amount of space if it isn't cleared on occasion.
2. Go to Settings > General > Usage > Here, you'll see a list of apps that are using your space sorted from the app taking the most space down to the app taking up the least space. Right from here you can remove apps that are killing your storage.
3. I would recommend backing up photos and videos to your computer regularly than deleting them from your phone.
4. You can turn to some third party for help. Some professional software support us a efficient way to do. I downloaded a software named iMyfone Umate iPhone Space Saver on Helloween. It can free up space on iPhone and speed up your device by two steps. It not only scan your iPhone and find the junk files which need to be deleted, but also make lossless photo compression to save your space. What's more, it can manage and delete unnecessary apps to reclaim storage. Awesome! It helped me saved more than 4 GB space.
How to Transfer Photos: Windows Vista/7 Users
If you have Windows 7 or Vista, there are two easy ways to transfer your photos directly to your desired folder or directory.
When your iPhone device is connected, click on the Start Menu, and then Control Panel. Click Hardware and Sound. Select AutoPlay, scroll down to find where your iPhone device is listed, open the drop-down menu, and select "Ask me every time."
Step 1 - Connect your iPhone device
If you enabled the AutoPlay behavior using the method described above, you can skip this step, because your iPhone is already plugged in. If not, connect your device using the appropriate USB cable that your phone came with.
Step 2 - Import Pictures and Video
The AutoPlay prompt should appear with your device type listed at the top. Click the first link that says "Import Pictures and Video."
If for some reason the AutoPlay prompt did not appear, go to Start, then Computer, then right click on the icon for your iPhone device and select "Import pictures and video" from the context menu that appears.
Step 3 - Choose a directory, and import
Before you click Import, go to Import Settings, and select the "Import to" field to select the destination you want your photos to transfer to. By default, they will transfer to your My Pictures folder. You can also select the "Always erase from device after copying" option, though this is, as always, optional.
Click OK, then click Import, and your photos will be transferred to their designated directory.
If you don't want to mess with AutoPlay, you can find and transfer your photos manually using Windows Explorer.
Step 1 - Connect your iPhone device Step 2 - Click Start, then Computer
This should take you to a Windows Explorer page that lists your hard disk drive(s), and devices with removable storage. If connected properly, your iPhone device will register as a device with removable storage, and you will see the icon for it listed below this header.
Step 3 - Double-click your device's logo in Windows Explorer
Double-clicking your device will open it up as a directory, full of folders and sub-folders that store all of your phone's content.
Step 4 - Open your camera folder
Your camera folder should be located in [Your iPhone Device]\Internal Storage\DCIM\100APPLE. This means once you're in your iPhone's directory, click on the Internal Storage folder, then the DCIM folder, then the 100APPLE folder.
Step 5 - Transfer your photos
You can import your device's photos by selecting the ones you want, or pressing Ctrl+A to select them all, and dragging them onto your desktop. Or, you can hit Ctrl+C to copy the photos, and then hit Ctrl+V in the folder you want to copy them into.
Plug it into your computer and open iTunes. Click "Photos" and follow the instructions to sync your photos. Then empty your library. If you don't want to sync with iTunes, you can also use your favorite camera importing app like "Image Capture" Just choose "Delete on Import" options and your iPad will be clear when finished.
Transfer Photos from iPhone to MacIn almost all cases, the fastest and simplest way to copy pictures from an iPhone to a Mac is with Image Capture and Preview. We'll discuss how with both apps: Using Image Capture to Import Photos in OS XThis is a fast and efficient way to pull photos off the iPhone, which treats the device as a digital camera:
Open Image Capture from the /Applications/ directory (or through Launchpad)
Connect the iPhone to the Mac through USB
Select a folder from the menu (default is Pictures folder) and then click "Import All"
OR: Select individual photos, and click "Import" to only copy those pictures over
You can also transfer pictures to your Mac with iPhoto or Preview, which is just as simple and actually has a virtually identical interface for initiating the transfer. Here is how to import with Preview: Copying Photos with PreviewThough Preview is usually thought of as an image viewer, it can also serve as a fast importer:
Plug your iPhone into your Mac
From the File menu navigate down and select "Import from iPhone..."
Select "Import All" to get all the pictures, otherwise individually select pictures and click 'Import'
Look in your ~/Pictures/ folder for the photos from your iPhone
Optionally: Click the checkbox with "Delete after import" if you want to delete the photos after they have been copied over to the computer. The benefit of using either Preview or Image Capture is that these apps are on virtually every version of OS X since from the very beginning of the OS, so you won't find a Mac version without them. iPhoto on the other hand is generally limited to the consumer model Macs, thus making it not always available on pro models, but it does work as well, and iPhoto will also serve as a photo manager of sorts. Transfer Photos from iPhone to PC (XP)Using Windows Plug & PlayThis utilizes the pop-up that shows by default in Windows when a device is connected to the computer by way of USB.
Plugin your iPhone to the computer without iTunes running
Wait for a popup asking you what you want to do with the device
Select "View Content"
Find your photos through the folders that are displayed
Copy the images from Windows as usual
Note that in Windows 7 and Windows 8 you will often find the iPhone mounted under "Portable Devices" but it can also be found listed under "Digital Camera". Opening either will work to copy the pictures over, but typically Digital Camera opens directly to the DCIM directory whereas Portable Devices will sometimes require minor navigation within the folder to copy the files. Using iPhone as Digital Camera in Windows ExplorerIf your iPhone is already plugged into the PC, you can also try this method:
Open "My Computer"
Find the iPhone, it will appear as any other camera would
Open iPhone to find your Photos
Select the pictures you want to copy to your computer and copy/paste them into the desired location on your PC
The Windows approach treats the iPhone more like a file system, just like it does with standard digital cameras that are connected to a PC. That generally makes Windows even easier for moving pictures back and forth if you like to cut & paste things directly from one folder to another in My Pictures or My Documents. Nonetheless, you can also use your favorite photo importing application to pull the pictures from the device as well. Remember, if the iPhone pictures are not showing up in Windows, make sure the iPhone is unlocked first. Otherwise the iPhone will be found in 'My Computer' but all of the content on it will be invisible and inaccessible. If you run into that, all you need to do is touch the iPhone, unlock the screen and enter the passcode, and all of your stuff will be visible as expected. Finally, you can also sync your photos using just iTunes on either Mac OS or Windows but that is more for iPhone backup purposes and doesn't really serve as a means of accessing individual pictures.
On a Windows PC the easiest way to get pictures from your iPhone is to just use Windows Explorer, but there are two ways to go about this. In either case, unlock the iPhone before beginning, or else the photos may not be visible.
Connect your iPhone to your computer. Start iTunes, go to "Photos" tab on top and in there, tick "Sync Photos From" and select the folder you want to Sync photos from. Once selected. click on Sync in right corner at the bottom.