And it's not the only thing, in fact my phone is syncing contacts with the iCloud and when I plug it into my Mac to get to the contacts I can choose to sync with iCloud, Contacts only - or - Contacts & Calendars. So I'm happy with that. I don't have a 'calendar'. But on top of that, my contacts seem to be using 2 accounts, one for each Mac I own. I'm not sure if there's a way to get that to one account - I tried the option in System Preferences to put them on one account but that didn't work and I can't quite remember how to get them to the one account. But with the second account being used, my contacts are being saved to my iCloud and not my Mac. I don't have a calendar either, but I'm guessing this might be the cause. Anyway, one Mac owns each of these accounts and that's not what I want. I'm happy with one account for all accounts - contacts, calendar, reminders and notes. So this is a Mac issue, not a phone issue, but it affects all the Macs I own and makes me lose my own contacts.
If you are looking for a way to transfer photos from iPhone to PC, I recommend Simple Transfer , it is free for 30 days, and works to transfer photos between iPhone to PC over WiFi or a local network. There are reviews on the app store. If you are looking for another app to use, I recommend Dropbox .
Simple transfer is a free photo transferring app that works perfectly fine. It is simple and easy to use without any complex interface or function. It transfer photos from iPhone to PC wirelessly, just connect directly to your local WiFi network.
Simple Transfer is a free photo transferring app that works perfectly fine. It is simple and easy to use without any complex interface or function. It transfer photos from iPhone to PC wirelessly, just connect directly to your local WiFi network.
This is really good and a must-have app for almost every user. In case of iTunes free and premium, you need to pay to synch your photos as iTunes is not a standalone app. But, with iPhoto, you can sync photos to the PC via your iTunes library. There are many limitation to import photos. For example, you can only sync images from iOS 4.3 and later, and you cannot sync more than 10,000 images or videos in a library. You can download the free trial version of iPhoto 9.3.1 and sync your photos to a Windows PC. If you are planning to download iPhoto from the App Store, you need to upgrade to macOS Sierra or higher than or you can download iPhoto for Mac by getting access to Apple developer program. 827ec27edc