Windows 10: win 10 will not recognise my I pad or Iphone as a drive in explorer.

  1.    10 Sep 2015 #1

    win 10 will not recognise my I pad or Iphone as a drive in explorer.

    Previouse Win 7 did recognise apple equipment so that I could download photos to the desktop but although I tunes syncs with my phone and pad, win 10 will not show them in explorer. How can I download pics without using the cloud?

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  2.    10 Sep 2015 #2

    I just carried out an experiment. I had downloaded win 10 to three computers. I used the downloaded programme on a mem stick, which I still have. I have just connected my I phone to the laptop which was the first computer that I loaded ten onto and it has recognised the phone. I wonder what the difference is between the laptop and the other two desktops that is making the difference?
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