Getting Photos from iPhone to MacBook Pro in iOS8

imnxcguy

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Oct 6, 2014
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Since I upgraded to iOS 8.02 (I think), I can't find a way to get my photos from my iPhone to my MacBook Pro. Before, when I connected my phone via the Lightning Cable, Image Capture automatically launched (along with iTunes), and the photos were available for transfer. Now, Image Capture doesn't launch automatically, and when I start the program up manually, it doesn't show the iPhone as a device. iTunes seems to be working properly, everything syncs fine. (I do not use iPhoto).

I've tried 3 different cables, same result.

How do I fix?

Thanks,

Mark

MacBook Pro with Retina display, OS X Mavericks (10.9)
 

SundayDuffer

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Jun 25, 2011
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I have iPhoto and Aperture on my mac book pro. It launches automatically when i connect iphone plus to itunes.
Try, re-download itunes.
 

mofunk

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Aug 26, 2009
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When you plug the phone in, open Image Capture and then unplug the iPhone. Plug it in again while Image Capture is on. Maybe try changing the automatic to No Application and see if that works?
 
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