After switching to the new iPhone 8 and download some attractive pictures online, do you want to transfer photos from computer to iPhone 8 to use as wallpaper? In fact, iTunes does not offer much help to sync photos from PC to iPhone 8, because it will automatically erase your previous pictures in the Photo Library on your iPhone 8 when syncing.
This article focus on solutions to how to add, transfer photos from computer to iPhone 8 and how to export pictures from iPhone 8 to Windows PC or Mac computer. iOS Manager can be used to make sure that the photos from Mac or PC are transferred to the iPhone 8 with effortlessness. Besides, the program is a good helper in managing music, videos, apps, SMS and contacts between Apple and Android devices with the computer, such as backup, import, transfer, restore, edit, delete. This diversified software is compatible with all iOS devices, including iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 8, iPad Air, iPad mini etc.
If you have any problems in transferring images between iPhone 8, iPhone 7(Plus), iPhone 6s(Plus), iPhone 6(Plus), iPhone 5s/5 and PC, find the solution below:
Step 1.Launch iOS Manager and Connect iPhone 8 to PC
Simply download and install the software from the above download link and open it. After using a USB cable to connect your iPhone 8 to computer, your device will be detected and shown as the picture below.
Step 2.Transfer Photos from Computer to iPhone 8
Next, click “Photos” on the top of the interface. And click “+Add” > “Add File” or “Add Folder” button on the top of the screen to add photos from computer to iPhone 8/7/6s.
Step 1.Download and Install iOS Manager
Download, install and launch iOS Manager on your Windows PC. Using the USB cable, connect your iPhone 8 to PC and your device will be detected by the software.
Step 2.Export Photos from iPhone 8 to Computer
On the main window, select Photos on the top. Then you can select the album and the photos that you wish to transfer to PC. After selecting, click the Export> Export to PC option to transfer pictures to computer from iPhone 8.
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