When it comes to accessing files from iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iPad Pro on a Windows 10 PC, it may not that easy for average Apple users. As we all know that Apple doesn't allow to access the iPhone iPad files from Windows PC. Such kind of restricted data include contacts, messages, notes, music, videos etc. To help you access any files on iPhone iPad from PC, we bring you this guide. Here we will talk about how to access iPhone/iPad files on Windows 10 PC easily & quickly.
Methods 1 - How To Access iPhone 11/iPad Pro Photos Files on Windows PC
All we need is a PC default program named Photos app for Windows 10, which allows you to access almost any photos, videos taken on your iPhone/iPad/iPod on a PC computer. With Photos app for Windows, you can freely view and even edit the iPhone iPad photo files on computer, including Live Photos, Burst images, Video recordings, etc.
Step 1: Connect your iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, or iPad Pro to your PC with a USB cable.
Step 2: If asked, unlock your iOS device using your passcode.
Step 3: If you see a prompt on your iOS device asking you to Trust This Computer, tap Trust or Allow to continue.
Step 4: Open Photos app from Start menu > start import photos from iPhone to your PC.
Methods 2 - How To Access iPhone 11/iPad Pro PDF/Document Files on Windows PC
Have a bunch of word, pdf, excel or other type of document files on your iPhone and want to access them on your Windows PC. Firstly considering email or WhatsApp for instant file transfer. Also you can have a try with iCloud for Windows program. If you have your photos, videos, mail, calendar, files, and other important information on the go and on your Windows PC. Make sure that your PC or Microsoft Surface is updated to the latest version of Windows 10.
Step 1: Launch the Microsoft Store from the Start menu, taskbar, or desktop > Search for iCloud on the Microsoft Store.
Step 2: Click Get. iCloud will now download to your PC > Click Launch once the download is complete > Type your Apple ID > Type your password.
Step 3: Click the box next to iCloud so that a checkmark appears > Click Apply. Any document files in your iCloud will now download to your PC.