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Does the charger usb plug import photos onto a mac?

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Hi as long as you have the camera software on your computer you should be able to transfer them via that way but not sure if you can get the software for the mac, if you can then you should be able to transfer it no problems as that is the port you would use on windows system.

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How to Transfer Photos from iPhone 6/5S/5C/5/4S to Mac


This tip talks about 3 ways to transfer photos from iPhone 6/5S/5C/5/4S to your Mac computer.

Solution 1. How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Mac with iPhoto

This method is applied to transfer the camera roll photos from your iPhone to Mac.

Step 1. Connect your iPhone to Mac with USB cable, and launch iPhoto if it doesn't open automatically.

Step 2. Select the photos you want to transfer > Click Import (if you choose all the photos) or Import Selected (if you just choose some of them).

Solution 2. How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Mac with Preview

Step 1. Launch Preview. Connect your iPhone to Mac with USB cable.

Step 2. Click File at the upper left corner of your screen.

Step 3. Choose Import from your iPhone, choose the photos you want to transfer by clicking Import or Import All. Choose destination for your iPhone photos.

Solution 3. How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Mac with PhotoTrans

1. Supports transferring photos from iPhone to Mac and vice verse easily.
2. Gives you the ability to add and delete photos, and even albums.
3. Transfers all the photos, including Camera Roll, Photo Stream, Photo Library and My Albums from your iPhone to Mac.
4. Super fast transfer speed allows you to transfer a large number of photos in minutes.
Step 1: Download PhotoTrans and install it on your Mac.
Step 2: Launch PhotoTrans and connect your iPhone to Mac via USB cable.
Step 3: On the PhotoTrans's homepage, click "Export" > Select Photo Source you want to transfer > Click "Browse" to choose destination for your output photos > Click "OK" to start.

Resource from: http://www.imobie.com/support/how-to-transfer-photos-from-iphone-to-mac.htm

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Even if you Sync your iPhone, your photos are not able to be downloaded through iTunes. (Apple tell you to MMS or Email your photos.)

IF you are trying to download your photos from your iPhone onto your computer, THEN try the following:

for MAC

If you are running Mac OS 10.5 and above (Leopard and Snow Leopard) do the following:

1. Connect your iPhone to your computer via it's USB cable.
2. Go to Applications and open Image Capture
3. Select the iPhone from the list on the left.
4. Select a folder where you want the photos to be imported to.
  • Click the Import To: drop down menu. (IF you need to create a folder, THEN select Other... then New Folder....type the name of the folder..... then click Choose.)
5. Select a photo in the list, press Command A (to Select All) (OR individually select the photos you wish to copy (Command Select)).

6. Click Import ALL.


PC (Windows)

1. Connect your iPhone to your computer via it's USB cable.
2. Right click the Start menu.
3. Select Explore.
  • Your iPhone will appear as a USB stick or other hard drive would. Allowing you to copy the photos stored in Camera Roll.
4. Navigate to your Computer to locate the iPhone.
  • You are now able to copy your photos off your iPhone.
I hope this information is helpful to you. Please rate. Regards,

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I am not able to send photos, etc by email from my iphone 3 G


Hi there, are you trying to download your photos from your iPhone onto your computer?

IF you are THEN try the following:

for MAC

If you are running Mac OS 10.5 and above (Leopard and Snow Leopard) do the following:

1. Connect your iPhone to your computer via it's USB cable.
2. Go to Applications and open Image Capture
3. Select the iPhone from the list on the left.
4. Select a folder where you want the photos to be imported to.
  • Click the Import To: drop down menu. (IF you need to create a folder, THEN select Other... then New Folder....type the name of the folder..... then click Choose.)
5. Select a photo in the list, press Command A (to Select All) (OR individually select the photos you wish to copy (using Command Select)).

6. Click Import ALL.


PC (Windows)

1. Connect your iPhone to your computer via it's USB cable.
2. Right click the Start menu.
3. Select Explore.
  • Your iPhone will appear as a USB stick or other hard drive would. Allowing you to copy the photos stored in Camera Roll.
4. Navigate to your Computer to locate the iPhone.
  • You are now able to copy your photos off your iPhone.
I hope this information is helpful to you. Please rate. Regards,

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I can't send MMS photos from my Iphone 3G and already tried downloading


Hi there, are you trying to download your photos from your iPhone onto your computer?

IF you are THEN try the following:

for MAC

If you are running Mac OS 10.5 and above (Leopard and Snow Leopard) do the following:

1. Connect your iPhone to your computer via it's USB cable.
2. Go to Applications and open Image Capture
3. Select the iPhone from the list on the left.
4. Select a folder where you want the photos to be imported to.
  • Click the Import To: drop down menu. (IF you need to create a folder, THEN select Other... then New Folder....type the name of the folder..... then click Choose.)
5. Select a photo in the list, press Command A (to Select All) (OR individually select the photos you wish to copy (Command Select)).

6. Click Import ALL.


PC (Windows)

1. Connect your iPhone to your computer via it's USB cable.
2. Right click the Start menu.
3. Select Explore.
  • Your iPhone will appear as a USB stick or other hard drive would. Allowing you to copy the photos stored in Camera Roll.
4. Navigate to your Computer to locate the iPhone.
  • You are now able to copy your photos off your iPhone.
I hope this information is helpful to you. Please rate. Regards,

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