How to Export Photos from iPhone to Windows PC

If you are an iPhone user and want to transfer photos from iPhone to Windows PC, then here are some of the best ways to export your photos from iPhone to Windows PC/Computer.

If you try to export photos to your Windows PC by your own, without taking any assistance, you may find the process bit difficult, but actually, it’s not that difficult as you may think.

You just have to follow a few simple steps, and you will be able to transfer photos from iPhone to your PC successfully. Follow these steps to know how to export photos from iPhone to Windows PC.

Export/Copy Photos from iPhone to Windows PC

Note: You should have iTunes installed on your PC before you can transfer photos from iPhone to PC. If you don’t have, iTunes installed, head over to official Apple iTunes download page and install iTunes.

  • At first, connect your iPhone to your PC with the help of a data cable. Make sure the data cable is working fine.
  • Once you have connected, you will be prompted to iTunes automatically, and iTunes will recognize your device by itself.
  • Now go to My PC/Computer folder on your PC where your Hard disk is located.
  • Now here you will be able to see your phone connected as a USB device.
  • Click on it, and there your will see a DCIM folder, open it.
  • Here you will see all your photos on your iPhone; you can just select any of the photos, copy it and just paste it in your PC wherever you want to save it. Or you can just create a new folder, and paste all the photos in that folder.
  • That’s all you need to do. By following these above-given steps, you will be able to export/copy photos from your iPhone to your Windows PC/Computer.

How to Find Date and Location of Copied Photos in your PC

Once you have successfully copied all the photos to your PC, you can just choose the photo you want, right-click on it, click on details, and there you will find the location and date of the particular pictures.

Alternatively, if you want to find the location of the pictures saved on your PC, open File Explorer by pressing Windows Key + E, go to Quick access > Recent Files, and it should have your recently accessed files and folders.

Simply right click on the folder or any photo that you recently moved, select Open File Location to open the folder where your photos have been saved.

Note: The Quick access feature may not be available in older version of Windows.


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