What program do you have to use to move photos out of your iPhone and

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  1. Posts : 39
    Windows 10
       #1

    What program do you have to use to move photos out of your iPhone and


    ...delete the imported photos from your iPhone when the importation is done?
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  2. Posts : 12,421
    Win10 Version 21H2 Pro and Home, Win11 Pro
       #2

    Does your Notebook have Bluetooth [my wife's does]? Have you tried Pairing the iPhone to it?

    Do you have the type of power cable for the iPhone that can attach via USB to a computer [it unplugs from the AC adapter]?

    And based upon experience with a client's iPad 2 with iOS 9.5 it may help to have the latest iTunes installed on the Toshiba. I did it with an HP Envy and using her power cable accessed then copied her pictures using the file manager in iTunes then moved them onto a USB Thumb drive .

    Another choice is what I've used with my wife's Samsung Phone is pulling the MicroSDXC card out, put it in the SD Adapter it came with then plugging into the Notebook [or using a USB card reader].

    While still connected the deletion can be performed.
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  3. Posts : 1,054
    Windows 10 Pro (+ Windows 10 Home VMs for testing)
       #3

    Just use Windows 10's default Import wizard. Depending on your AutoPlay settings, this wizard may appear automatically when you connect the iPhone to your Windows device using a USB Lightning cable (or the earlier 30-pin USB cable depending on the age of the iPhone).

    If the Import wizard does not appear automatically then do this:

    1. Find the iPhone in File Manager's left-hand navigation pane, right-click on the iPhone itself (not its Internal Storage) and choose Import pictures and videos:

    What program do you have to use to move photos out of your iPhone and-iphone_photo_import01.png

    2. When the next wizard pane appears, select the Import all new items now option, give the import a name then select the More options link.

    3. In the Import Settings dialog that appears, put a tick in the Delete files from device after importing checkbox, click on the OK button to dismiss the dialog then click on the Import button.
    What program do you have to use to move photos out of your iPhone and-phone_photo_import02.png

    IMO this is much easier and far faster than using the convoluted mess that is iTunes for Windows.

    Hope this helps...
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  4. Posts : 40
    Win 10
       #4

    Alternative method:

    1. Log into your iCloud account > Photos. You'll see all your photos up there assuming you've enabled the iCloud Drive feature. As well, if you've told your iPhone to upload full-quality versions and left the "screen-quality" photos on your phone, you'll see the right versions up there.

    2. Download the photos to your PC.

    3. Optionally, delete those photos from iCloud (and they will disappear from your phone, as well).

    4. Organize your photos (now on your PC) in whatever way it makes sense.

    No iTunes needed.
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  5. p83
    Posts : 78
    Windows 10
       #5

    Are there any free apps that renames photo- and video-files automatically to DAY-MONTH-YEAR like dropbox, but using usb instead of upload/download from dropbox.

    Thanks in advance!
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  6. Posts : 11,176
    Windows / Linux : Arch Linux
       #6

    Hi there @p83

    This one is free for home users -- gets stuff from the exif so should be pretty good.

    Bulk Rename Utility - Free File Renaming Software

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  7. Posts : 889
    W10-2009 19042.1348
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    p83 said:
    Are there any free apps that renames photo- and video-files automatically to DAY-MONTH-YEAR like dropbox, but using usb instead of upload/download from dropbox.
    IrfanView can do that - it has very comprehensive (but complex) renaming options - select file>batch conversion. Its not automatic, but does remember your settings. Optionally resaves the photos to a selected file type and quality level. I prefer to copy from the phone to explorer by hand first, but I can't recall why I don't do it direct from the internal storage folder.
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  8. Posts : 11,176
    Windows / Linux : Arch Linux
       #8

    mngerhold said:
    IrfanView can do that - it has very comprehensive (but complex) renaming options - select file>batch conversion. Its not automatic, but does remember your settings. Optionally resaves the photos to a selected file type and quality level. I prefer to copy from the phone to explorer by hand first, but I can't recall why I don't do it direct from the internal storage folder.
    Also good - I used that years ago - totally forgot about that one.

    As far as photos are concerned I'd rather leave the originals intact (a bit like the negatives for those who remember photography back in the days of processing 35 mm film etc) - simply copy photos to any directory and work on them --if you hose things up you've still got the originals to have "another go". !!

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  9. p83
    Posts : 78
    Windows 10
       #9

    Thanks alot @jimbo45 and @mngerhold :)
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  10. Posts : 146
    Windows 11 Pro
       #10

    I use iMazing. It's a breeze to move photos and MP3s, ringtones, videos, etc.
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