How to transfer photos from iPhone to external hard drive on Windows
If you want to transfer your photos or other data from iPhone 5/6/7/8/X to external hard drive, you may use different services for these purposes: iCloud or built-in Windows software. But even for advanced users, it’s not so easy to transfer photos from iPhone to Windows XP/7/8/10, both in another direction: from Windows to iPhone. But sometimes it is comfortable to put all your photos in one place, rather than having a million clouds, drives, etc. If you need to transfer photos from iPhone to the external hard drive on Windows, please read our useful guide below.
We have a comfortable and modern solution, that really can help you to transfer your photos between all your devices and operational systems freely. AnyTrans have a wide range of functions: you can export photos from iPhone or iPad to computer, and also from computer to iPhone/iPad, get any data from iTunes, iCloud, to another Clouds: Samsung Cloud, Mi Cloud, etc., to PC/Mac, external drives and editing items on your device from the computer.
You can share your photos without any limitations and manage all your clouds from Laptop. Moreover, Anytrans allows you to manage your videos, music, and ringtones, download any data files to remote Android and iOS devices through wi-fi or cable. Also, you can share your media between Android and iOS in one single app! AnyTrans is compatible with Windows 10 8, 7, XP, or macOS 10.13 – OS X 10.7.
Installation and setting up
Click Download Anytrans button. Then, choose your language and follow the guide to copy photos from iPhone to PC without iTunes.
- Open Device manager
- You will be offered to download Apple device driver – download it
- After that download and install AnyTrans on your Iphone from AppStore
- Then, open Anytrans on your device and connect it with PC/Laptop
- Run Device Manager
- Choose Camera Roll for the transferring
- Press run button
AnyTrans supports importing Camera Roll photos, PhotoStream, Photo Libraries, photos from iTunes, photo albums, etc. When the transferring process will be finished, all your photos from iPhone will be saved in the selected folder
Written by Ilyas Dzhubanov