Soumya Prakash Pradhan

Managing your photo library on your iPhone through the Photos app is a great way to keep your digital memories organised.

However, the risk of losing or damaging your iPhone can result in losing these precious memories.

To safeguard your photos, it is crucial to back them up, whether it's through iCloud or transferring them to your computer.

Here's a step-by-step guide on how to transfer your iPhone images using the Photos app:

  1. Begin by connecting your iPhone to your PC using a suitable USB cable. Ensure your phone is unlocked, as your PC won't detect it if it's locked. When prompted with the 'Trust This Computer' message, tap Trust or Allow to grant access.
  2. Once connected, click on the Start button on your PC and open the Photos app. Select Import and then choose From a USB device.
  3. Follow the on-screen instructions to proceed with the import process. You'll be prompted to select the photos you wish to transfer to your computer.
  4. Choose the destination where you want to save the imported files on your PC.
  5. Wait for a few moments as your PC detects and transfers the selected photos from your iPhone.
  6. Ensure that the photos you intend to import are stored on your device and not solely in the cloud.

By following these steps, you can effectively transfer your iPhone photos to your computer, ensuring the safety and accessibility of your cherished memories.

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