"This Mac has not yet been granted access to media on “Apple iPhone”. In order to import media to...

Discussion in 'iOS 10' started by dbrandt6, Jul 21, 2016.

  1. dbrandt6 macrumors member

    dbrandt6

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    #1
    ...this Mac, tap “Trust” on “Apple iPhone”. You may need to unlock the device first."

    How and where do I do this?

    Thank you very much!
     
  2. lagwagon Suspended

    lagwagon

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    If I'm understanding you correctly. Unlock your iPhone and a pop up should appear. Then tap "Trust". Exactly what the message says to do.
     
  3. dbrandt6 thread starter macrumors member

    dbrandt6

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    My problem is I do not get any pop up on my iPhone. Perhaps a bug since I'm Beta testing both iOS and Sierra?
     
  4. ciemunio macrumors newbie

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    I have release version of both, and have the same problem, no popup now after upgrade.
     
  5. goshya macrumors member

    goshya

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    I get the pop up and even though I 'trust' the computer it still doesn't allow me to import photos or sync with iTunes.

    Snow Leopard and the latest iTunes version running with this operating system.

    How come old Windows XP are able to import photos from iPhones but an old MacBook can't.

    Comment from the Apple support: If you want to import your photos, get a new Mac able to run the latest iTunes.

    Since when does one need iTunes to import photos from a camera or phone?
    Ridiculous.

    Very disappointed with Apple.
     

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