Although it is quite wonderful to enjoy videos on your iPhone 4S, with wide touch screen. But comparing to enjoying on computer, it is far inferior to computer on screen size. Or we can say in this way, iPhone 4S is a portable mini theatre while computer is a home theatre. Appreciating videos on computer will fulfill your visual enjoyment to the utmost. And then is there any effective way to transfer videos from iPhone 4S to computer? You may need an iPhone 4S video transfer to help you get this done.
Leawo iTransfer is strongly recommended here as a powerful iPhone 4S to computer, which aims at transferring iPhone 4S to PC with only a few simple steps. Download this iPhone 4S video transfer and get down to copying iPhone 4S to PC.
iPhone 4S to PC Connection
You do not have to get this iPhone 4S to computer transfer started at once after you install it on your computer. Do connect your iPhone 4S with local PC first, and then run the program. Check the iPhone 4S and PC information within the program easily.
iPhone 4S Videos Choosing
Three ways are available:
1). Within AutoFilter, you can smartly pick up video files that are not on your computer but on your iPhone 4S for transferring.
2). Within Show as list & Show as cover, you can select video files easily bases on video file properties.
3). Within Manual Filter, you can add file keywords into the searching box and head to the required files immediately.
Transfer Videos from iPhone 4S to Computer
Three methods are provided:
1). With direct drag-and-drop function, you are able to drag the chosen video files to the computer.
2). With Right Click function, you are enabled to right click on the selected video files and "Transfer to" PC.
3). With Transfer button, you are allowed to click on the transfer button and transfer to computer in "Transfer to list" option.
An iTunes assistant to transfer data among iDevices, iTunes and PC.
Platfrom: Windows 7/Vista/XP
iPhone 4S is the speculative name for the sucessor to Apple’s iPhone 4. Apple have invited press to an event at Apple’s Cupertino campus in California for the announcement on October 4th. It is expected to run the new iOS 5 software unveiled at WWDC 2011 by Apple.