Editor’s Note: This tutorial was written and demonstrated for iOS 4.
We take tons of photos on our iPhones, iPod Touchs, iPads, and usually they just either get deleted, or eat up space on the hard drive. Transferring photos from iDevices to your computer is no where as easy as transferring the same photos, from, let’s say, a Canon camera or something. But one way to do it is to send your photos to your email account.
To do this, you won’t be going into the Mail app, as you might expect. Instead, access the photos app, where all your photos and screenshots go after they are taken. For example, I took this landscape a few days ago, and it’s been sitting on my iPod. Let’s say I want that photo transferred to my 13 inch Macbook Pro. Here’s the photo:
It’s quite a simple process, actually, Just access the photo on your Photos app, then tap the bottom left hand corner icon. It should bring up a screen like this:
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