"I can't transfer my photos from iPhone to Mac using Image Capture, Preview or iPhoto. Whenever I try to transfer them it says files could not be imported. Does anyone else seem to have this problem? If anyone can give me any advice/help, it'd be much appreciated thanks!" --- Catherine
We all know that good photos deserve to be saved. The common way people used to back up pictures on iphone/iPod is transfering photos from iPhone or iPod to Mac. If you need to transfer or copy pictures from iPhone/iPod to Mac, there is no reason to stop you from doing that. But unfortunately, there is no other official method except MobileMe service offered by Apple to iPhone/iPod photos to Mac. Well, compared with MobileMe which would cost you $99 per year, you actually have a much cheaper choice: Aimersoft iTransfer for Mac, which is a professional management tool for iOS device. It helps to do the transferring easily and freely. Here is the detailed information about how to achieve your goal by using the app.
Free download iPhone to Mac photo transfer, and install it on your Mac. Note that this program currently is incompatible with Lion or Mountain Lion.
When you opened the main interface and connected your device with your Mac, you will see that on the main interface your iPhone's information will be presented here.
In the left region of the main interface, click "photo" and then all your pictures in "Photo Library" will be listed. Now you can directly drag your "Photos" category or some photos to the right, say, your local iTunes library. The iPhone Transfer Mac will successfully get photos off iPhone and then directly transfer to your Mac without iTunes. By the way, your iPhone is advised to be connected to its home Mac. Why not try iTransfer right now ? It saves you money, time and energy.