It’s easier to edit and share our favorite photos on our Mac. We can view them on a bigger screen, and easily edit them using editing apps. Plus, transferring images on our Mac also serves as a backup. They obviously have bigger storage compared to iPhones, and it also helps to save space on our mobile devices.
One of the most popular ways to send images from iPhone to Mac is AirDrop. Now, if you’re a new IOS user or you just don’t know how to use AirDrop, this article is for you.
Below, we discussed the full tutorial on how to AirDrop photos from iPhone to MacBook and we also included an amazing alternative, check them out!
Part 1: AirDrop Photo from iPhone to MacBook
As I said, AirDrop is convenient and it’s pretty easy to use. You just need to correctly set up the WIFI and Bluetooth options on both devices and you’re basically good to go.
But keep in mind, that using wireless transfers like this usually affects the data quality. You may notice that the resolution of your images is reduced. Nevertheless, if you’re in a hurry or want something fast, AirDrop is still a reliable tool to use.
Turn on AirDrop on your Mac/MacBook by going to Finder > Go > AirDrop, then set the discoverability to Everyone.
On your iPhone, open your photo gallery, select the images you want to transfer, tick the Share icon, and choose AirDrop.
Next, you will be asked to set up and turn on AirDrop. Simply turn on the feature and set the discoverability to Everyone.
After that, you should see your Mac on the AirDrop screen of your iPhone. Tap on it to start the transfer. When it’s done, disable AirDrop and check the images on their default location.