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Transferring a batch of photos/videos from a W10 pc to an iPhone

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I have a collection of photos and videos sitting on a flash memory attached to a Windows 10 desktop, all in a folder marked "December 2018." I'd welcome help in choosing how to move them into a similarly named album on an IPhone.

 

What transfer method do I use? email? Cloud transfer? Or something else?

 

Some of the photos I want to include in the collection now sit on the IPhone itself. How do I move them into the "December 2018" album?

 

Thanks for your help. ... batpark

 


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Is this related to the same request for help as in your previous thread here batpark


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philpower2: Yes, it is related. I recently got an iPhone and am now trying to integrate its stored photos with images i already have stored on my desktop pc. I still don't have a clear idea  of how to transfer images. Dr. Spyware, here at GtG, suggested a video and I will look at it again but my first impression was negative --- the video is way too fast for me.

 

Thanks for your interest.  .... batpark


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Please stick with the Doc at the other thread, having more than one thread going can lead to confusion as to who`s and what guidance you are following which can ultimately end in disaster  :(

 

Duplicate thread closed as per the above explanation.


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