1 Reply Latest reply: Oct 28, 2013 12:50 PM by noloader
noloader Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

I'm having a heck of a time figuring out how to get pictures off my iPhone. (I've never used the camera before, so I know almost nothing about the workflow).

 

I tethered my iPhone to my MacBook. I then opened iPhoto on my MacBook. Once opened, it showed the 20 or so pictures that were taken on the iPhone. I pressed COMMAND+A (Select All), and then dragged the pictures to the destination folder on the MacBook. I'm fairly certain OSX picks up the action since there's a small badge by the cursor with the picture count as I drag around the screen.

 

Lo and behold, nothing gets transferred. I'm absolutely befuddled at the hardships the world's most advanced operating system is creating for such a simple operation.

 

Does anyone know how to put pictures where I want them?

 

Thanks in advance.


MacBook, Mac OS X (10.6.7), MacBook Model A1278
  • 1. Re: Drag/Drop Pictures from iPhone to MackBook
    noloader Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    So I found I could Drag and Drop using iImage Capture.

     

    Unfortuantely, I cannot delete the no-longer-needed photos using either iImage Capture or iPhoto.

     

    How the **** does somebody delete the photos on the iPhone? Why the **** is Apple making this **** so difficult?