Want to transfer photos from a digital camera to an iPhone? You can easily import photos and videos from a digital camera or SD card to your iPhone using the appropriate adapter and a very simple procedure for importing iOS photos. This guide covers steps for copying images and multimedia from an SD card or camera to an iOS device.
To successfully transfer and import photos from a digital camera or SD card to an iPhone, you need the following:
Assuming that you have fulfilled these prerequisites, you can copy images from a digital camera or SD card to an iPhone. And if you're interested, yes, it's all the same on the iPhone and iPod touch and iPad, if your iOS device has a Lightning port.
How to import all photos from camera / SD card to iPhone
Ready to import and copy photos from SD card / camera to iPhone? Here is what you want to do:
Connect the Apple Lightning adapter to the SD Card Camera Reader to the iPhone's lightning port at the bottom of the phone.
Insert the SD card into the Apple Lightning to SD card reader
Wait a moment and the iPhone application will automatically start on the iPhone *
Click “Import All” in the corner of the “Import” screen of the “Photos” application **
When the “Import Completed” screen appears, select “Save” photos on the SD card / camera, otherwise select “Delete” if you want to permanently delete them from the connected SD card.
All photos that have been copied and imported from the SD card will now be displayed in the Photos application on the iPhone. You can find them in the general section “Photographic Film” or in the “Photographs” section, although please note that photos are sorted by date by default, so if the images belong to different dates, they may not be displayed at the very bottom of the Photos app. . ,
You can also view the imported photos by going to the “Albums” view of the “Photos” application and selecting the “Import” album.
* Sometimes the Photo application does not automatically open when the SD card or digital camera is connected to the iPhone, if this happens manually, open the Photo application and select the Import tab.
** If desired, you can manually select specific photos to import by clicking on them individually on the import screen to display a green check mark, but for most users they will probably want to import all the photos from the SD card to the iPhone.
If you have a digital camera that uses a different type of memory card rather than an SD card, you need to either use an adapter, or use an USB adapter for the iPhone instead. Fortunately, most digital cameras are standardized around an SD card, and this will apply to most users who want to import images from a camera or SD card to their iPhone.
This walkthrough is obviously focused on the iPhone, but on the iPod touch and the iPad everything is basically the same, provided that in any case they have a Lightning port. If you're using a Mac, you can also transfer images from your iPhone, camera, or memory card to the Photos app on a Mac.
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