Q: I’ve just bought an iPhone 7 with storage 32GB, but currently it appeared shortage of phone storage and I think I knew why, I used my iPhone 7 to take more than 300 videos and nearly 50,000 thousands photos of my newly born daughter and now it cause shortage of phone memory. Can anyone help on solving this problem? I really need the storage back but I don’t want to delete the photos because the photos are the precious memories for me. Help please!
How to transfer all photos from iPhone 7 to Mac for more free space? As an iPhone user, you should know that iPhone, no matter what is 16GB or up to 32GB is having extensive popularity among people in different ages. This September, Apple has released iPhone 7/7 Plus with storage up to 256GB to meet the user’s demand who need more storage space in their iPhone. However, some user will tend to choose low storage of iPhone like the user above, and iCloud is only available for 5GB storage backup. Normally, to free up the storage of your iPhone, the easiest way is to transfer them into bigger occupier for backup such as computer, and then delete them from your iPhone. If you are a Mac user, here is a simple guide for you to move all photos from iPhone 7 to Mac.
Before we begin to import all photos to Mac, you need to download iFonebox – the must-have software data recovery tool, which allows you to import all photos from your Camera rolls from iPhone 7 to Mac.
- Data recovery tools that allows you to recover as many as 16 types of data from iOS device, such as notes, reminders, contacts, wechat contacts, whatsapps attachment etc.
- Supports extract and restore data from iTunes and iCloud backup files selectively.
- Retrieve lost data when iPhone screen broken, stuck on Apple logo, water damaged, factory reset etc.
This post provides you detailed guide about how to move all photos from iPhone 7 to Mac. Let’s get started.
How to transfer all photos from iPhone 7 to Mac
Step 1: Run the software and connect your device
After launch iFonebox on your computer, select the “Recover from iOS Device” from the top column, click “start”. Then you will see the window as follows. Connect your phone via USB cable, if it is the first time to connect your iPhone to PC, you need to select Trust the computer on your iPhone screen. Next, click “Start” to begin.
Step 2: Scan, Preview and Select
Select “Photos” under Media data and start scanning. After done scanning, you can choose all the photos and tap “Recover to PC” button to import all photos from your iPhone 7 to Mac.
PS: Now all photos from iPhone 7 have successfully transfer to your Mac.