How to transfer videos from an iPhone to a Mac wirelessly
- You can transfer videos from your
iPhoneto your Maccomputer using AirDrop or iCloud.
- When you transfer videos with AirDrop, both devices need to be within a few feet to connect.
- You can also sync photos with iCloud so all new iPhone photos automatically transfer to your Mac.
Here's how to transfer videos from your iPhone to your Mac both ways.
Quick tip: You can also transfer photos from your iPhone to your Mac or PC with a hard-wired connection.
How to transfer videos from an iPhone to a Mac with AirDrop
AirDrop lets you easily send all sorts of files from your iPhone to your Mac computer. But, you'll need to have your phone and your computer within a few feet of each other - AirDrop works only for short-range transmission.
1. Open the Photos app on your iPhone.
2. To view all your videos on your iPhone, tap Albums at the bottom of the screen, scroll down to the Media Types section, and choose Videos.
3. Tap Select in the upper-right corner of the videos screen. You can tap each individual video you want to import, choose Select All in the top-left corner, or swipe your finger across the photos to select multiple at once. A blue check will appear on each video you select.
4. Tap the Share icon in the bottom-left corner of your screen.
5. In the Share pop-up menu, tap the AirDrop icon, which looks like a blue bullseye.
6. On the AirDrop page, find and select your Mac computer. If you don't see your computer after a few seconds, make sure that your Mac has AirDrop activated.
7. You'll have to accept the transfer on your Mac. The import may take a few seconds. On your iPhone, a blue line will appear around the icon for your Mac. The AirDrop is complete once the blue line gets all the way around the circle.
8. Once the videos have been transferred, a pop-up will let you choose whether you want to save them to your downloads or to the Photos app.
How to transfer videos from an iPhone to a Mac using iCloud
1. On your iPhone, open the Settings app and then tap your name at the top to go to your Apple ID page.
2. Tap iCloud.
3. Under Apps Using iCloud, tap Photos.
4. Turn on iCloud Photos by swiping the button to the right, turning it from grey to green.
5. Next, open System Preferences on your Mac.
6. Click Apple ID in the top-right corner of System Preferences. On older Macs, click iCloud.
7. On the left side of the Apple ID page, click iCloud, then check the box next to Photos to sync them to iCloud. On older Macs, click Options next to Photos and click the button to sync to iCloud.
Note: You automatically start with 5GB of free
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