Transfer photos from iPhone to computer with MobiKin Assistant for iOS

We like use our iphone to take a lot of photos. With the more and more photos are stored on our iphone. We need to move photos from iphone to computer. So that we can store other data of save iphone memory. If you have a lot of photos on you iphone, you need to cost a lot of times to backup to icloud or other place. Due to the OS limitation, you can’t transfer photos from iphone to computer directly. However, how to transfer pictures from iphone to pc? As for me, you can use iphone backup software to help you copy photos between iphone and computer. 

I know a call MobiKin iPhone to Computer Transfer: MobiKin Assistant for iOS. It can deal a lot of iphone data through a click. You can easily to move photos from iphone to pc. Follow a step to transfer photos from iphone to computer.

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Step 1: Connect iphone to computer and launch the software

Connect iphone with computer through USB data cable. Then install and run the program on your computer. The device will detect and scan your iphone device. Wait a moment, you will see a panel. It will show iphone all data on the left list.

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Step 2: Preview and choose photos you need

Click "photos" to preview your photos, you can choose photos as you need. If you want to export all photos, you can click "File" à "Export all photos".

Step 3: Export photos from iphone to pc

MobiKin Assistant for iOS is a professional tool to transfer photos from iphone to computer. Why? It devote to android & ios data recovery and backup. And it can support almost all ios device. So you can move pictures from iphone, ipad or ipod without limitation. Besides, there is a quickly search function, you can find target files quickly as you like. MobiKin Assistant for iOS is a quite convenient tool to backup iphone data. You can export many useful data for iphone on pc, such as music, movies, tv shows, podcasts, audiobooks, books, ringtones, playlists, voice memos, camera roll, photos, contacts, messages, notes, safari, etc.


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