Apple’s devices typically perform well and users generally have a smooth experience. How about sharing files between iPhone and Mac? Sounds like it’s hard, but it’s actually pretty easy.
Sometimes you need to transfer files from Mac to iPhone or vice versa and want to do it quickly. Here are some ways.
How to transfer files between iPhone and Mac
Of course, the easiest way to transfer files between iPhone and Mac is with AirDrop. This feature makes it easy to transfer files from iPhone to Mac and vice versa.
Just turn on AirDrop and turn on Bluetooth and Wi-Fi on both devices. You can transfer different types of files, from photos to videos, emails, websites and even places.
From an iPhone:
- turn on airdrop
- Turn on Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
- Select Airdrop. Set to “Everyone/Contacts Only”.
- Go to Finder and select AirDrop.
- Turn on Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
- Allow AirDrop.
- Select Allow Discovery for Contacts Only/Everyone.
- Tap Share and select AirDrop.
But what if you want more?
Another smooth way to transfer files from iPhone to Mac is to store your files, photos and videos in the cloud and keep them up to date automatically on your iPhone and Mac or Windows PC. iCloud lets you store your files and access them from all your devices, but be aware that iCloud gives you 5 GB of free storage for your email account and data.
Here’s how to set up iCloud on your iPhone.
- Go to Settings, to your name.
- If you are not signed in,[iPhone にサインイン]and enter your Apple ID and password.
- Tap iCloud and turn on the item to save your data to the cloud.
This will allow you to access your iCloud data from anywhere.
To move files using iCloud Drive, you must first set up iCloud Drive on your iPhone or Mac. Method is as follows.
- Select the file you want to share and tap the share icon
- scroll down to[ファイルに保存]Tap.
- from the menu[場所]is under[iCloud ドライブ]Choose.
- [保存], then open Finder and click iCloud Drive. There you will find the file.
This is the easiest way to transfer files between devices.
Just compose a new email, attach the file you want, and open it on your Mac via iCloud Mail. Note, however, that this works well for small files that fit within the attachment limit.
By connecting your iPhone to your Mac or Windows PC with a cable, you can sync different types of data and transfer the types of files you want.
- Link your iPhone to your Mac using a USB cable.
- Open Finder on your Mac and click your iPhone’s name under Locations.
- upper[ファイル]Select a tab to see a list of apps that contain files.
- Click the right arrow next to the app to view its files.
- To transfer files on iPhone, drag and drop files from your computer to the app in Finder.
As you can see, there are no obstacles to smoothly transfer files from iPhone to Mac. Wasn’t it easy?
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