“How to transfer pictures from iPhoto to iPhone? I got a new iPhone recently and I put my iTunes library into it, but I don’t know how to get my pictures from iPhoto onto the phone. I tried dragging them, but it didn’t work. Help.” —– Answers Yahoo
iPhoto is a digital photo manipulation software developed by Apple which is used to import pictures from digital cameras, scanners, picture CDs and Internet to user’s iPhoto library.
It is not so easy to transfer pictures from iPhoto to iPhone. You need to get a professional iPhoto to iPhone Transfer. Here, you can turn to TuneGo for Mac which is a professional iPhoto to iPhone transfer to fast and best put your pictures from iPhoto to iPhone.
With TunesGo for Mac, you can easy drag and drop pictures in iPhoto to iPhone of all models. Besides, you can also use it to export music and playlists from iPhone, iPod, and iPad to iTunes Library, transfer music, videos, and photos on iPhone/iPod touch/iPad to Mac and manage music, playlists, videos, photo albums on iPhone/iPod/iPad etc.
Step 1: Connect your iPhone to the Mac
Download, install and run TuneGo for Mac. And then connect your iPhone to your Mac. It will automatically recognize your iPhone
Tips: TuneGo for Mac is fully compatible with iOS 5, iOS 6 and iOS 7.
Step 2: Sync iPhoto to iPhone
In the main interface, click Photos in the left interface to pop up the Photos window, where, there are two ways for you to transfer photos from iPhoto to iPhone. You can select either of them to import photos from iPhoto to iPhone.
Method 1: On the top of the Photos window, you can see the icon “Add”. Click it to browse your Mac for iPhoto photos. In the new dialogue box, click Photos under Media where you will see iPhoto is here. Select photos from iPhoto, click “Open” to move photos from iPhoto to iPhone.
Method 2: In Photos window, at the upper right of the window, you can see Media Browser icon. Click it to see iPhoto icon in the pop-up Window. Click iPhoto and then you’ll photos are displayed at the lower place. Drag and drops these photos directly to the Photos window.
Tips: You can also use TuneGo for Mac to transfer photos from iPhone to iPhoto