Why can’t I transfer photos from iPhone to Mac?

It’s possible that the software on your Mac or the operating system of your devices are too old to support the photo transfer and make you can’t import photos from iPhone to Mac. Here is the software you need to update. … Update photo-management App (iPhoto, Photos, Image Capture) to its latest version.

How do I transfer my photos on my iPhone to my computer?

First, connect your iPhone to a PC with a USB cable that can transfer files.
  1. Turn your phone on and unlock it. Your PC can’t find the device if the device is locked.
  2. On your PC, select the Start button and then select Photos to open the Photos app.
  3. Select Import > From a USB device, then follow the instructions.

Can I wirelessly transfer photos from iPhone to Mac?

Apple’s AirDrop feature lets you wirelessly transfer photos between nearby Apple devices. AirDrop doesn’t automatically transfer images the way iCloud Photos does. Instead, you have to select which photos you want to copy. The other difference is that the photos get transferred directly to the hard drive of your Mac.

How do I transfer photos from iPhone to Mac without USB?

You can simply follow below steps:
  1. Download iPhone to Mac Wifi Transfer. …
  2. Connect your iPhone and Mac to the same Wi-Fi network. …
  3. Run the iPhone Photo Wireless Transfer. …
  4. Browse through your iPhone photo library from your Mac browser. …
  5. Transfer photos from iPhone to Mac.

Why won’t my pictures transfer from my iPhone to my computer?

Choose File > Home Sharing > Turn on Home Sharing

Another option is to close all your active programs and then Restart. Keep your iPhone or iPad connected during that Restart. Then, if it pops-up choose Trust this device on your iPhone if prompted, then start the Photo Gallery on your Windows PC.

How do I transfer photos from iPhone to Mac without iTunes?

To transfer photos from iPhone to Mac without iTunes:
  1. Turn on AirDrop on your Mac. Go to “Finder” > “Go” > “AirDrop” and switch on “Bluetooth” and “Wi-Fi” to turn on AirDrop on your Mac. …
  2. Turn on AirDrop on iPhone. …
  3. Once your devices are connected, you can transfer files from iPhone to Mac without iTunes.