How to Transfer Photos from Camera to iPhone?

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    Robin
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    Apple has released iOS 9.2 recently squashing tons of bugs and improvements to their mobile operating system. Now you can transfer photos from camera to iPhone if you have updated to iOS 9.2. So far it is running smooth and fast on all existing iOS devices it supports and on the latest iPhone 6S and 6S Plus as well. There is one new feature addition silently added to the iOS 9.2 is, Lightning to USB Camera adapter and Lightning to SD Card Camera Reader compatibility.

    Which means, you can now easily connect your camera with your iPhone and transfer all the photos to Camera Roll without any third party apps or iTunes requirement. Transfer Photos to iPhone from Camera by connecting your USB cable with an accessory Lightning to USB Camera Adapter ($37) or Lightning to SD Card Camera Reader ($29), which you can buy from Apple Store or Amazon.

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    Checkout the following video uploaded by CNet which explains how to transfer photos from camera to iPhone easily using the apple accessories.

    This seamless integration of USB support in iOS 9.2 for transferring photos from Camera to iPhone will save big time and allows Photographers to use their 128GB storage fully on the go.

    As we all know it is very late feature addition, still people who been waiting for official USB to iPhone data transfer support will find it very useful. Thanks for reading and feel free to share this post with your friends and followers. Have a wonderful day.

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