How to Save Your Favorite Moments of Rio Olympics
Recent years, iPhone has been the most popular phone device not only as a communication device, but also as a camera due to the high quality pictures. Moreover, it is more portable than the traditional camera and allows you to share your photos and videos on Facebook, Twitter or other communication platforms anytime and whenever you need. But every coin has two sides, iPhone has a limited storage, which prevents us saving as many photos as we want.
The 31th Olympics Games is held in Rio from August 6 to 22 this year. If you are a sports lover, you must be excited to watch the competition on the spot and capture images or videos to save your favorite moments of Rio Olympics. When your iPhone storage is full, you need to transfer photos from iPhone to computer in order to release memory. Speaking of transferring iPhone photos to PC, the first solution comes to mind is iTunes. But what if you worry about any loss during sync? Is there a way that allows iPhone users to transfer iPhone photos to computer without using iTunes? Therefore, we highly recommend Tenorshare iCareFone, free iPhone photos transfer software for you to export photos from iPhone to computer without data loss or image quality loss.
A Brief Introduction about Tenorshare iCareFone
Tenorshare iCareFone is a professional files manager program, it not only works well in managing and saving your photos and other iPhone files (Contacts, Notes, Videos, Audio, Reminders, Notes, etc.) ,but also has many other remarkable functions:
1. Easily transfer and manage up to 8 kinds of files from iPhone/iPad/iPod to computer for free;
2. Quickly find and remove all types of junk files to re-get a neat device;
3. Fix various iOS stuck issues related to boot loop, screen unresponsive, iOS upgrade and so forth;
4. Provide an easy way to download firmware to fix iOS crash, upgrade failure and any iOS stuck issues without data loss;
5. Backup & restore iOS data without needing iTunes.
Steps to Export iPhone Photos to Computer
Following are the simple steps to help you transfer iPhone photos, videos, contacts, etc. to computer and then you can remove these files from your device to release more free storage for capturing the surprising moments in Rio Olympics.
Step 1: Connect iPhone/iPad to computer
First, you need to connect your device to computer via a USB cable. Launch the program and click "Files Manager", you will see 8 types of file.
Step 2: Select "Photo" and export to computer
Choose "Photo" icon and preview all the photos in your iPhone. You are allowed to get off iPhone photos into computer selectively. Now tick the photos and press "Export to" button to save them to your computer.
That is it. You can get all photos off your iPhone/iPad and onto computer with just two clicks.
Anecdotes: 5 Memorable Moments of 2016 Rio Olympics
Michael Phelps' last race
Phelps won two gold medals in this year's Olympic Games, and he claimed this would be his final race. Phelps started to participate in Olympics in his 15 and by this year, he has won 23 gold medals.
Simone Biles fulfills her destiny
Considered the best gymnast in the world for years, Biles finally got her turn on the Olympic stage and did not disappoint. She dominated the competition during the whole process and won the individual all-around gold.
Sir Bradley Wiggins poked out his tongue
Britain's Sir Bradley Wiggins instead poked out his tongue to celebrate winning the men's cycling team pursuit. This is his fifth gold medal in the Olympics.
Qin Kai proposed to He Zi
Chinese diver Qin Kai proposed to diver He Zi in the podium presentation when she just collected her silver medal. This may be the happiest Olympic trips ever.
Ethiopia's Almaz Ayana first break the world record
In the women's 10000m race, Almaz Ayana smashed the previous recorded by more than 14 seconds and won the gold medal.
There were too many surprising events in Rio Olympics, none of us want to lose these greatest moments. Tenorshare iCareFone will always be your sincere friend to release iPhone memory to capture memorable moments in Rio Olympics.