question for you iPhone/iMac people

VALET dude

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i just got my iPhone not too long ago (2 months), i activated it through my laptop (non mac). it loaded up all the pictures i have in my laptop to my iPhone. which is cool so now i can actually show people pics through my phone (another reason to show off my iPhone :p) anyways, i just bought an imac and wanted to know if theres a way i can transfer all of my pics from my iPhone, to my imac (iphoto). Thanks in advance.
 

bmargolis

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i just got my iPhone not too long ago (2 months), i activated it through my laptop (non mac). it loaded up all the pictures i have in my laptop to my iPhone. which is cool so now i can actually show people pics through my phone (another reason to show off my iPhone :p) anyways, i just bought an imac and wanted to know if theres a way i can transfer all of my pics from my iPhone, to my imac (iphoto). Thanks in advance.
I'm pretty sure that when you sync for the first time, iPhoto will open on it's own and ask if you want the photos transferred.
 

VALET dude

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I'm pretty sure that when you sync for the first time, iPhoto will open on it's own and ask if you want the photos transferred.
i think it only loads up the pics i took with the iPhone :(

so my pictures (non taken by the iPhone) wont load up on iphoto
 

bmargolis

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i think it only loads up the pics i took with the iPhone :(

so my pictures (non taken by the iPhone) wont load up on iphoto

Then I guess just burn a CD or DVD from your laptop...
 

radmonkeyx

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yeah, i did not explain myself very well at all. i deleted it so i don't waste or confuse anyone else.

enjoy your new mac. i am loving mine!
 

geordisjd

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Get iPhonedrive.
For less than $10, you get a Mac utility that allows you to get all your pics, music and videos off your iPhone. It also allows you to use your iPhone as a HD, so you can transport large files (any kind) on it (like from home to work or to a friend's computer). Macs only.
 
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scandalex

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Get iPhonedrive.
For less than $10, you get a Mac utility that allows you to get all your pics, music and videos off your iPhone. It also allows you to use your iPhone as a HD, so you can transport large files (any kind) on it (like from home to work or to a friend's computer). Macs only.

WOW! I'm getting a Mac! :laugh2: Eventually...
 
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