How to Transfer iPhone Photos/Videos to External Hard Drive?
When you try to copy photos or videos from iPhone X/8/7 to external hard drive, you find that things are not as easy as imagine:
First of all, you can't directly drag and drop files from iPhone to the hard drive due to Apple's security consideration;
Secondly, when you're trying to reach the goal with iTunes, you find that iTunes refuse to do it.
Then you may ask "is it possible to copy photos from iPhone to an external hard drive as well as iPhone videos?", and actually according to more and more iPhone user's experience, it is proved that you can reach the goal with help from a professional iPhone to Computer or Mac Transfer program.
Obviously, the most important thing at present for you is to find a reliable iPhone file transfer as your daily assistant. So you open Google on your computer and type "iphone transfer" in the searching engine, then you get thousands of recommended answers from the Internet. Almost all programs claimed that they are the best one, but after taking several free trials, you find the facts always not like the words that they claimed. Thus, selecting a proper program as your daily assistant seems to be not an easy task, but if you trust us, here we could like to strongly recommend MobiKin iPhone to Computer Transfer or MobiKin iPhone to Mac Transfer software.
These tools have been tested by our technical team for hundreds of times before launching it officially, and the function of the program will keep improving in the future. What's more, it can help users transfer up to 10 types of files from iDevice to computer with few clicks, so that you can easily copy the exported iPhone photos or videos to an external hard drive as you like.
3 Clicks to Transfer Photos or Videos from iPhone to An External Hard Drive Easily and Quickly
At the beginning, let's us have a brief look on the primary window of the powerful program (here we'll only take the Windows version as an example).
Connect iPhone 6/5S/5/4S to the computer, and launch the program on the PC. Then it will detect your connected iPhone and show it in the program as the above interface. Here, please be noted that iTunes is required to be installed for the detection.
Hit "Music" or "Movies" option in the left panel, and then you can preview the details song list or video list in the program. Tick the files you wish to transfer and hit "Export" button to save them on your computer.
Find the output files on your desktop computer, then connect the external hard drive to the PC, and directly drag and drop the output files to the external hard drive easily.