Steps to AirDrop photos and other files from iPhone to your Mac

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Nowadays, we  have an enormous amount of work  to deal with. That is why it is so important to find some methods to help you fulfill your work. In fact, you can make it come true just by using AirDrop and iTunes to transfer files from your iPhone to your computer (and vice versa). To make sure your computer can use AirDrop, you are recommended to have a 2012 Mac model or later running OS X Yosemite or later. Besides, installing apps which support file sharing like Pages or Numbers is also a must.

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How to Transfer Files From Your iPhone to Computer with iTunes

Step 1: Initially, you need to open iTunes on your computer

Step 2: Then, you now need to use a USB charging cable to connect  your iPhone with your computer

Step 3: Next, you can choose your device from the Devices section of iTunes in the upper left corner

Step 4: After clicking on the Apps tab, you need to scroll down to the bottom of the page

Step 5: You will notice a list of apps on your iPhone that support File Sharing under the File Sharing section. Then, you need to choose the app containing the file you wish to transfer to your computer

Step 6: Now, it is time to click Save to

Step 7: Finally, after selecting where to keep the file, you simply click Save To again.

How to Use Airdrop to Copy Files From Your iPhone to Computer

AirDrop uses Wi-Fi to transfer files from your iPhone to computer and vice versa, so you have to assure that both your devices are connected to Wi-Fi. Again, only a 2012 or later Mac model running OS X Yosemite or later can make use of AirDrop.

Step 1: First, you need to launch the App on your iPhone which stores the file you wish to transfer to your computer

Step 2: To move up, it is necessary to search the file and click the Share button

Step 3: Then, You will notice AirDrop at the top of the Share menu

Step 4: Next, you need to select your computer’s name

Step 5: Once you are done, you will see “Sent” below your computer’s name.

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