Share article How to transfer iPhone 5 photos, music, video, sms, contacts, ibooks, call list to PC/Mac or iTunes?: Apple’s new smartphone, iPhone 5 unveiled ...
Apple’s new smartphone, iPhone 5 unveiled on Wednesday with distinctive new features: all new design, bigger 4-inch retina display, ultrafast wireless, A6 chip, all new earpods, world’s most
popular iSight camera, world’s most advanced mobile operating system iOS 6, etc.
Can’t wait to get the new iPhone 5 and experience all its amazing new features and functions?
Once get the new iPhone, the first thing you have to do is transfer/copy all the data files on your iPhone 5 to your computer for backup. Although iTunes enables you to sync data files from iPhone to iTunes as backup, however, it doesn’t allow you to access or browse the contents of the backup files. Fortunately, but it’s possible to do this with some third party software.
iPhone 5 Transfer is such a beneficial tool that provides an one-stop solution to manage and backup your iPhone data files with ease. With the program, you can transfer all your data files or selected data files from iPhone 5 to PC/Mac or iTunes for backup. You can transfer iPhone 5 Photo Stream or Camera photos to PC/Mac, copy SMS from iPhone 5 to computer, backup iPhone 5 contacts to PC/Mac and save as .tex or .csv file, sync music, video between iPhone 5 and PC/Mac or iTunes.
Step by step to transfer iPhone 5 photos, music, video, sms, contacts, ibooks, call list to PC/Mac or iTunes?
1.Install and launch iPhone 5 Transfer on your computer.
2.Connect iPhone 5 to computer.
Connect your iPhone 5 to computer via the USB cable, and the program will detect all the files on your iPhone 5 and display the files on the left panel by category.
3.Select the data files to transfer.
Select the data files such as “Photo” to transfer, then click “Photo” or “Camera” icon to preview all the photos or images under the library, check the photos or images that you want to transfer to computer or iTunes.
4.Transfer iPhone photos to PC/Mac.
Hit “Export checked files to local” on top tool bar and select an output folder to save your exported iPhone 5 photos from the pop out window. Then hit “Save” button to start the transferring process.