How to Add Photos from Computer to iPhone?
Maybe you are wondering how to add photos from computer to iPhone as many iPhone users as well. There are many people searching on the Internet and want to find an answer to it. In this article, we will tell you how to add photos from computer to iPhone with iTunes. We can load iPhone pictures to iPhone and also add pictures to iPhone from a folder in your computer.
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Guide: How to Transfer Photos from Computer to iPhone?
Step 1. Connect iPhone to computer, and then launch iTunes, you will see iPhone information on the interface of iTunes.
Step 2. Choose "Photos" catagory and you can choose the way to sync photos. If your photos are in iPhoto, you can select iPhoto, you can also choose folder it the drop-download list if your pictures are in the computer folder.
Step 3. Once you select a folder, you can sync all the photographs in that folder to your iPhone. You can also use subfolders to help organize and sync only certain photos you want on the iPhone.
If you are a Mac user, you may load photos from iPhoto to iPhone, and you can also add photos to iPhone with a certain folder if you are a Windows user. An alternative way to put a photo onto your iPhone is to email it yourself. Access the email on the iPhone, open the photo by tapping on it, then hold your finger on the photo for a few seconds until a menu pops up. Choose Save Image.
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