While moving photos from iPhone to Mac is easy, transferring to Windows 10 can take a bit more effort.
Here are a few ways to do it.
For the first method, make sure you have iTunes installed on the PC and a lightning to USB cable.
Connect it to the computer.
Allow the PC to access the device if prompted on the screen.
Open up the photo app from the Start menu, or search for it if it doesn't show up.
Now click the import button in the top right corner, and select the photos you want to transfer.
Otherwise, you can use Windows explorer to transfer files.
Choose This PC from the sidebar, select the iPhone name, and open the internal storage folder.
Double-click on the DCIM folder to get the photos.
To avoid cable together, download iCloud for Windows.
Set it up, and you can see all the photos synced to iCloud on the PC.
In San Francisco, I'm Lexy Savvides, Cnet.com, CBS news
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