Dumping your entire music collection onto an iPhone 6 is a simple, one-click process. But what about transferring files from iPhone 6 to Mac? You'll find that's not so easy. To prevent piracy and illicit trading, Apple's iTunes software only lets you sync music onto the device, and not the other way around.
You might need to transfer files from your iPhone 6 to your Mac. For instance, if that fateful day arrives and your Mac crashes, you can restore your music collection without re-ripping dozens of CDs.
Fortunately, there is a free utility you can use to get your files off your iPhone. That's Tenorshare iPhone Care Pro for Mac. It is blazingly fast and can free move data such as photos, contacts, album art, song ratings, ringtones, and videos, notes, calendar, bookmarks from iPhone 6/6 plus to Macbook Pro, Macbook Air and iMac running Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, 10.9 Mavericks and under. It has an easy to handle interface, too.
Well, walk through this guide of how to transfer iPhone 6/6 plus files to Mac computer as following.
Actually, you can import photos and videos you've captured or saved on your iPhone 6/ 6plus to your Mac, using iPhoto, Image Capture or Aperture. Moreover, iTunes allows you to re-download or transfer your iTunes Store purchases from iPhone to your Mac. For other data, download iPhone Care Pro for Mac for a try.