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I want to transfer photos off of my iPhone 4 without plugging it into my Mac. What's the best way to do this (the best option I see now is to email the photos to myself 5 at a time)?

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If you have a Dropbox account, you can upload photos to that and it will automatically sync with any computers you have that are also running Dropbox.

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I think he means from his phone onto his computer. –  Hondalex Jul 14 '10 at 12:10
    
Yeah. You can upload photos from the iPhone to the Dropbox, and they will automatically sync to all computers also using Dropbox. –  DeadlyBrad42 Jul 14 '10 at 13:52
    
Dropbox would be ideal, but you can only transfer 1 photo at a time –  Horace Loeb Jul 16 '10 at 2:54

I had this same problem when I was on the train with no cable of internet connection,

turn bluetooth on your iphone in your setting on the home screen of your iphone,

then turn bluetooth on on your mac,

you can do this by going system preferences > bluetooth i think

or to make it easier go to this page which tells you how to activate bluetooth on a mac

then pair the devices which you find out how to do it one this page

and away you go, share your pics

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Check out WifiPhoto and QuickPic

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You can use Photosync.

First install Photosync for iOS from Here

Then go to this site to download free version on computer, works on both Mac and Windows.

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