You can choose among several options for transferring photos and videos from your computer to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch: Use iCloud Photo Library with Photos for macOS or iCloud for Windows to keep your photos safely stored and up-to-date on all your devices.
SECTION 2: HOW TO TRANSFER PHOTOS FROM IPHONE TO MAC. In this section you’ll learn how to import photos from iPhone to Mac. The iCloud method transfers your images automatically and wirelessly. AirDrop is another wireless transfer option. You can also use the Photos app or Image Capture app to copy pictures using a USB cable.
How to upload your photos wirelessly (on a Mac) On MacOS, it’s possible to bypass the cable altogether thanks to Apple’s AirDrop. This proprietary wireless transfer protocol makes it easy to send photos from your iPhone to your MacOS computer, be it a single image or a hundred.
Part 2: How to Transfer Photos from Computer to iPhone with iTunes When transferring photos from PC or Mac computer to iPhone/iPad with iTunes, you will lose all the media files (like Photos, TV Shows, Music, Ringtones, iBooks, etc) synced to your iPhone, if you don't want to lose any existing files on your iPhone, please move to Part 1.
If you have a Mac that supports AirDrop, you can wirelessly transfer batches of photos and videos from your Mac to your iPhone or iPad. Select the photos or video you'd like to transfer in the Finder window. In a new Finder window or tab, click AirDrop from the side menu. Make sure your iPhone or iPad is unlocked and awake.
Learn how to use the Image Capture and Photos apps to transfer photos onto your Mac from your iPhone. Also learn how to transfer photos using iCloud and email.