Screenshot by Jason Parker/CNET Apple released a free update today for Mac OS X Yosemite that brings with it the new Photos app along with several other tweaks and fixes to the Mac OS. Hi all, I don't suppose there are many members on this forum who use Apple's 'Photos' app, but for those who do, I want to share this: After the step from iPhoto to Photos, I soon had to find out that the new Photos app doesn't display file names – which I find an extremely important feature, especially when processing various files with the same subject (studio portraits and such). Where Is Photo Library On Mac Yosemite Drive Apr 14, 2015 The Photos app on Mac lets you to create a new library in order to help you manage your photos comfortably. There are some particular photos which you can keep separately to access them instantly. Apple just recently launched its 10.10.3 Public Beta for Mac OS X Yosemite, and while it comes with mostly bug fixes for 10.10.2, it also includes a brand new Photos application that's meant to replace iPhoto and Aperture, as well as the inclusion of more diverse emojis.
As your iPhone photo library grows, there always be a time for you to consider importing photos from iPhone to Mac computer as backup. Read on this tutorial to find the best iPhone photos to Mac importing solutions.
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With the shiny jet black iPhone 7/7 Plus coming to us with its new features: 12-megapixel lens, dual cameras, water resistance etc., many of you may have already replaced your old iPhone or Android phone with the new iPhone. However, whether if you’re still worried about the space shortage of storing photos (Live Photos), videos and movies on your 32GB iPhone 7? The most widely used and safe way to keep the photos/videos/movies on your iPhone is to transfer them to your Mac (macOS Sierra included).
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On our previous guide, we’ve shown you How to transfer photos from iPhone to PC Windows, and here we continue to tell you how to import pictures from iPhone to Mac (macOS Sierra) without hassles.
Photos app for OS X is available now on OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 and later, which replaces the old iPhoto and Aperture with a simpler photo editor and library manager. Here is how to import photos from your iPhone to Mac Yosemite or El Capitan with Photos app.
Step 1. Connect your iPhone to Mac, and open Photos app.
Step 2. Click on Import, you can click Import All New Items or manually select multiple photos, and then click Import XX Selected.
Step 3. Then the newly imported photos will show in an album named 'Last Import'. You can also find the photos in the All Photos album.
With iCloud Photo Library, your iPhone photos will automatically sync to the iCloud and should appear on your Photos app as long as you enable this feature on both your iPhone and Mac.
Step 1. On your iPhone: Settings > iCloud > Photos > Turn on iCloud Photo Library.
Step 2. On your Mac: Open Preference > iCloud > Sign in with your Apple ID > Check Photos > Click Options next Photos > Enable iCloud Photo Library > Done.
Step 3. Now you can access photos synced with your iPhone on the Mac Photos app or by logging into icloud.com.
Your iCloud account will get more crowded when you enable iCloud Photo Library feature for it counts on the 5GB free space. You may need to buy more iCloud storage, and prices start at $0.99 per month for 50GB of storage, and range to $9.99 per month for a full terabyte.
To import only a few pictures from iPhone to Mac, AirDrop is a nice choice. You need to have iOS 8 or later on your iPhone and the Mac needs to be running OS X Yosemite or later.
Step 1. On your Mac: Open Finder > Click on AirDrop > Click on Turn on Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to enable AirDrop. Remember to set your Mac to be discovered by Contacts or Everyone.
Step 2. On your iPhone: Swipe up to open the Control Center > Tap on AirDrop > Choose from Contacts Only or Everyone as you need.
Step 3. Go to the Photos app on your iPhone > Select a photo > tap the Share button > Your Mac's name should appear > tap on it.
Step 4. On your Mac, you will see a pop-up window, click on Save.
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Step 1. Open PrimoPhoto, and connect your iPhone to Mac.
Step 2. In the Export to Mac section, select the photos in Camera Roll or Photo Library, or Albums.
Step 3. Set the destination on your Mac, and click the Export button.
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