5 ways to transfer photos from PC to iPhone

    Transferring Photos from your Computer to iPhone can be tedious. Given, the walled garden of Apple. It is far more difficult to transfer Photos to your iPhone than it is to transfer photos o files to an Android device. This is also true for other iOs devices like iPads and iPods.

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    Transferring Photos to the iPhone can be done from your Windows or Mac PC. You will initially require iTunes to be installed onto your PC before you transfer Photos onto your iPhone in some instances. Lets see five ways to Transfer Photos from PC to iPhone.


    You will require an iCloud Account. Unlike Google Drive and even One Drive which offers upto 15GB of Cloud Storage. The iCloud offers only 5GB of Storage. This can be quite catchy for some who would require a lot more storage. Other options are available if you don't want to stay limited to iCloud.

    Google Drive

    You can transfer your photos from the PC to Google Drive. You can then download Google Drive to your iPhone and check the photos from there

    Google Photos

    Google Photos still remains the best way to access your photos on the iPhone or even Android. Google Photos is a fool proof way of transferring your photos as you will be able to access it across your devices.


    You can use the Traditional methods of dragging and Dropping your files from the PC to your iTunes. However , this is a Sync method and not a direct drag and drop.

    Copy Transfer

    A Third Party app called Copy Trans Manager is very effective in transferring your files from PC to iOs devices. It works with the latest iOs devices and even the older versions. You can drag and drop your files using the app.

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