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How to transfer photos fr apple 5c to toshiba laptop?

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There are various methods to attain this aim. You can follow the below steps to complete this task.

I recommend you use Windows Explorer to solve how to upload pictures from iPhone to laptop, for this way is more direct and simple to handle. You just need to copy the iPhone photos from the DCIM folder to a location on your laptop. Let's see how to make it in detail.
1. Find a proper USB cable to connect your iPhone with the laptop. You need to tap "Trust" on your iPhone to begin to solve how to copy pictures from iPhone to laptop with Windows Explorer.
2. On your laptop, click to open "Windows Explorer" and then navigate to "iPhone icon > Internal Storage > DCIM". After that, you will be able to see all iPhone pictures in this folder. Finally, you can copy and paste the photos you want to your laptop folder to solve how to upload pictures from iPhone to laptop directly.

Although this method is quite direct, I would like to introduce a more effective program to you to solve how to copy pictures from iPhone to laptop in the following part.
For more methods, check: 5 Ways to Transfer Pictures from iPhone to Laptop

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When you plug your iPhone to the laptop, the autoplay should allow you to import all the photos from your camera roll to the computer. If it doesn't work, you can try the windows explorer. How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Windows Computer

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Plug in to the laptop by usb lead then on my computer there will be a file box from the phone to take the pics videos off.

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