I've shot 20 videos on my iPhone 6 that I need to edit on my MacBook Pro.. I'm in Indonesia, which has unreliable internet. I don't want to read any mention of iCloud in content of transferring videos for as long as I live on this planet. I have a fast Lightning cable that is - OBVIOUSLY - the best way to get videos from my iPhone onto my MacBook Pro. Why can't I plug my phone in and browse the videos? A cheap Chinese camera for $20 has this functionality. Why doesn't my iPhone? Neither MacOS Photos or Image Capture are showing any videos or photos visible from my iPhone. I am extremely tired of reading comments written by deluded journalists and developers who think the entire world has 100MB connections that allow them to send videos straight to a server and back, on a whim. It will take my hours to upload my videos to iCloud. I need them NOW. I'm honestly surprised Apple hire developers of such low calibre and cultural awareness that they aren't aware of the reality of internet speeds outside metropolitan America. The cloud is NOT a suitable solution for moving videos between devices in a LARGE area of the world. Jeez.