- 03-25-2009, 11:01 AM #2
- 03-29-2009, 12:13 PM #3
Llofte is correct as per usual.
If you've previously told iPhoto not to launch when you plug in a digital camera (which is how the iPhone camera is treated), you'll have to launch it yourself.
- 04-09-2009, 04:48 PM #4
you can also use any photo transfer app on the iPhone and do it from there if you wish. Like ePhoto for instance.
ePhoto allows you to send as many photos as you want to yourself or anyone via e-mail. It also attaches them without any compression (you decide how much compression if you do want any).
- 04-17-2009, 09:39 AM #5
Search iPhone photo to mac transfer program at google.com. You should find a solution.
Or download this iPhone to mac transfer program to see if it works for you. One of my friends is using it, and he told me that it not only can transfer photos, but also music, videos, playlists, podcasts and TV Shows.
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- 04-20-2009, 06:38 PM #6
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- 06-05-2009, 02:46 AM #8
I found all those, problem is, the trials let u transfer a handful of files, touchcopy allows 100 photos, then you have to upgrade, i have 1,300
EDIT: I tried the trial, I found out apparently iPhone compresses images to suit itself, and transferring back loses quality. I'm just going to hope my brother can get stuff of the corrupt HD :\
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- 05-17-2010, 03:05 AM #12iPhone Nanite
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Hi. I'm the developer of 'Photo Transfer App'. An iPhone/iPad application that let's you transfer photos from your iPhone to your computer or to another iDevice (iPhone, iTouch, iPad). You can transfer multiple pictures at one time over wifi so no cables and no other software required.
The app is currently in the top 25 iPhone and iPad apps in the Photography category.
You can find the app on the app store by searching for 'Photo Transfer App'.
I hope you find it useful.
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The program I use on the mac is 'Preview'. It's on every single mac. All you do is connect the iPhone and go to File -> Import from [name of iphone] and it will bring up all the pictures and videos you have stored on the device. This is probably the quickest method. I use it all the time when I want to take something and stick it in Photoshop for some good ol' rendering!
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