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Apple - iPad - Transfer Photos & Videos to your PC

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Using File Explorer to transfer photos from iPhone and iPad won't take long. 
  1. Plug your iPhone or iPad into your PC using a suitable USB cable.
  2. Launch Windows Explorer from your desktop, Start menu, or taskbar. You can also use the Windows key + E shortcut on your keyboard.
  3. Click the arrow next to This PC in the menu on the left side of the window. The arrow looks like >.
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  5. Click NAME's iPhone or NAME's iPad in the This PC sub-menu.
  6. Double-click Internal Storage.
  7. Double-click DCIM.
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  9. Double-click a folder. They should all contain images.
  10. Click an image. You can hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard and click to select multiple images. You can also use the Ctrl + A shortcut on your keyboard to select all photos at once.2151f39c17d94bc6954dbcfffa0517558e3904007926cf1daac59b1b8dbd06d77e70b96b22f3e8bd?t=33d7e4f64a00bb5bddeeeaa3ac41d9be
  11. Click Copy to — it is located near the top of the window.
  12. Click Choose location… to select a location. You can also click one of the options listed in the dropdown menu.
  13. Click a destination to save the pictures.
  14. Click Copy. Make sure you don't unplug your iPhone or iPad during the process!

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