Backup Photos from iPhone to Mac

In our first article, we have briefly introduced you the third-party iOS data recovery tool iRefone, now in this article, we’ll continue to show you how to backup photos from iPhone to Mac.

“I’m a photo lover, so every day i will take some photos with my iPhone. And every month I’ll backup those photos from my iPhone to Mac by using USB cable, otherwise my iPhone storage will be full. But it’s just not that convenient, because it won’t allow me to preview the photos before I copy them, or I’ll need to preview them one by one, then copy them to my Mac. So is there any other way can help me backup photos from iPhone to Mac selectively, and allow me to preview them before backup?”

The answer is yes, but we couldn’t do it alone, we’ll need to help of iRefone, which is a professional iOS data recovery tool. It can recover as well as backup and transfer more than 16 kinds of files, including photos, contacts, notes, messages, call history, reminder, WeChat message ect. Also it allows us to preview them before restoring. And it can be compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod.

Now you can download and install the free trial version to have a try. Please note that if you want to transfer your photos to Windows PC, please install the Windows version one; if you want to transfer photos to Mac, you’ll need to install Mac version one.

Backup iPhone Photos to Mac with iRefone

Step 1. Run iRefone, connect your iPhone with Mac. Choose “Recover from iOS Device”, click “Start”.

Step 2. Now we’ll enter the new interface with many data icon and media icon that iRefone can backup and recover, click “Photo” icon. And it’ll be scanned by the software.

Step 3. When finish scanning, you can preview and choose photos you need to backup, tap on “Recover to PC”, and choose the folder path to save them.

Remark: when you want to restore your iPhone photos or other data from your iTunes or iCloud backup selectively, you can also come to iRefone for help. And just choose the recover more “Recover from iTunes Backup” and “Recover from iCloud Backup”.