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How to transfer photos from your iPhone to a Mac computer or PC, to save storage space and back up your photos

  • If you have an iPhone— particularly any recent model of the phone— you also have a professional-quality camera that can catch great pics wherever you are.
  • You'll also need a USB cord to connect your iPhone to your Mac. Note that for Mac users, Apple is phasing out iTunes with its next Mac software update in the fall, so the below process will take place through the Photos app directly, without iTunes as a mediator.
  • Before you upload photos onto a PC, you'll also need at least version 12.5.1 of iTunes on your computer.
  • Follow the instructions above to connect your iPhone, unlock it, and tell it to trust your computer.
  • After you are connected, the steps you'll need to follow depend on which version of Windows you have on your PC.

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Samsung's Galaxy Note10+ Is Too Much Phone, But We Love It

  • Samsung’s line of Galaxy Note smartphones have always been known for their bigness, but over the past couple years Samsung has tried to make them stand out for their phone-ness.
  • Samsung's stylus, the S Pen, now has gesture controls built in that you can use to manipulate certain apps on the Note10+.
  • The Galaxy Note10+ runs Android 9 Pie, the most current version of Google’s mobile operating system, but Samsung also tries its hardest to push its proprietary apps on you during the setup process.
  • Other photo features are a lot more useful, and point to a future where every mobile phone's camera is amazingly smart.
  • This means I could use the S Pen to not only capture a photo, but navigate through the camera app, pressing the button on the S Pen and waving the wand while switching settings with each gesture.

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Kim Kardashian appears to have 6 toes in a promo shot for her perfume collection with Kylie Jenner

  • With her hourglass shape and derrière which famously broke the internet, Kim Kardashian West is frequently described as having an unrealistic figure or setting unattainable body standards.
  • The photo shows Kardashian strutting towards the camera with her sister Kylie Jenner, both of whom are wearing figure-hugging one-legged bodysuits.
  • The three new scents come in pout-shaped bottles and are a collaboration between the two sisters, Kylie Jenner x KKW fragrances.
  • But rather than express excitement at the new fragrances, launching on August 23, most of the comments from Kardashian's 146 million followers were about the extra toe she seemed to have.
  • It's not the first time the Kardashians have been called out for overuse of Photoshop though — in April this year, Kim's sister Khloé posted a photo that left fans wondering whether she had 14 fingers.

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Riders flash Nazi salutes in a photo taken on Universal Studios ride the Revenge of the Mummy

  • A photo of a group of roller coaster riders at Universal Studios Orlando holding the Nazi salute and a hand symbol related to white supremacy has circulated on social media this week.
  • The photo was captured while the four guests were riding the Revenge of the Mummy roller coaster, and it was reportedly taken on Sunday during Universal's Passholder Appreciation Night, Orlando Weekly reported.
  • In addition to the apparent Nazi salute, the four riders also flash the "OK" symbol in the ride photo.
  • Universal Studios Orlando did not immediately respond to Insider's email for comment.
  • The amusement park did issue a statement to WESH 2 News, calling the ride photo "appalling" and subsequently pulling it from an Universal passholder Facebook page where it was originally posted.
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Emma Watson and Tom Felton have been good friends ever since 'Harry Potter.' Here are their cutest moments together.

  • Emma Watson and Tom Felton are known for their roles as Hemione Granger and Draco Malfoy in the "Harry Potter" franchise, and they've been friends for a decade.
  • To this day, they remain close and share photos and videos from their reunions.
  • Most recently, Felton shared a photo of the pair playing guitar in their pajamas, which had longtime fans rallying for them to be a couple.
  • Here's a roundup of the Watson and Felton's sweetest moments and things they've said about each other.
  • Felton skipped the red carpet at the event, but costar Matthew Lewis (who played Neville Longbottom in the franchise) was in attendance and posed for paparazzi photos.
  • The actress also said that Felton had been "tolerating my subpar skating skills since 1999" (which is likely when they first met) and shared a video of them skateboarding.

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Photos of Ghislaine Maxwell at In-N-Out Burger might have been staged with her lawyer's help

  • The widely-circulated photos of Ghislaine Maxwell, the ex-girlfriend and accused "madam" of Jeffrey Epstein, at an In-N-Out Burger in Los Angeles was staged by her attorney, according to a investigation.
  • Last Thursday, the New York Post published what it described as the "first photos" of Maxwell since Epstein's death the Saturday before.
  • The photos' metadata is tagged with "Meadowgate," a media company owned by Leah Saffian, Maxwell's attorney, reported.
  • But according to The Mail on Sunday— a sister publication to — the bus shelter has most recently been advertising a hospital.
  • Outfront Media, the advertising agency that manages posters on that bus stop, also told that the hospital poster had been there since July 28.
  • Read more: After Jeffrey Epstein's suicide, Ghislaine Maxwell may have taken his place as the 'kingpin' prosecutors are looking to take down.

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We compared Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 and the Note 10 Plus to determine which one you should buy — and the more affordable Note 10 is the winner

  • That's a heck of a lot of extra screen and could make a difference if you're using your Note for gaming, video editing, or art.
  • The phone that Samsung has named the Note 10 is really the Note 10e: It's cheaper than the Note 9, and while it's an upgrade in some categories (storage, processor, S-Pen features), it's a downgrade in others (including battery, display resolution, and price).
  • The Note's target customer knows how much RAM is in the phone, the screen's resolution, and the size of the battery.
  • If you're someone for whom an extra 256GB of storage, an extra 4GB RAM, 5G, a fancy camera lens, or a half inch of extra screen space makes a big difference, the Note 10 Plus may be worth a few hundred extra bucks.

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Résumés Are Starting to Look Like Instagram–and Sometimes Even Tinder

  • In her experiences section, she included icons of a paw print and a swimmer to illustrate previous jobs as a dog day-care worker and swim instructor.
  • Fitness startup Mirror, based in New York City, recently received a résumé for an engineering job that had a series of photos splayed across the bottom, says Brynn Putnam, Mirror’s chief executive.
  • Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams LLC, a gourmet-dessert chain based in Columbus, Ohio, received a résumé for a finance job earlier this year that included an avatar of the applicant sweating.
  • The applicant didn’t land the job, but Mr. Lowe says he has hired others who displayed creative flair on their résumés.
  • The colorful CV helped her land multiple job offers, including an internship at an Austin public-relations firm this summer, she says.

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Portland Police digitally remove face tattoos from mugshot, to help their case

  • But when Portland police suspected Allen was involved in four bank and credit union heists, and none of the tellers reported seeing tattoos on the face of the man who robbed them, police digitally altered Allen’s mugshot.
  • Defense attorney Mark Ahlemeyer urged a judge to throw out the positive witness identifications of Allen, saying police clearly wanted the photo without tattoos to more closely resemble the face of their suspect.
  • Acting Lt. Brad Yakots, a police spokesman, said the bureau “does not create suggestive lineups” and the decision to cover up Allen’s tattoos was done in this case to “prevent misidentifying the suspect.” He confirmed the bureau has no directive requiring an officer or forensic criminalist to write a report about photo alterations.
  • In January 2017, months before Allen’s arrest, the U.S. Justice Department adopted new rules for agents with the FBI and other federal law enforcement agencies on handling eyewitness identification and photo throw-downs.

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A Missouri city apologizes for selfies of officers near where a baby's body was found

  • The incident happened Thursday when Columbia Police Department officers were called to the scene in a wooded area.
  • The infant has not been identified and investigators are asking for tips on the identity and cause of death, officials said.
  • While at the scene, a community relations member assigned to the police department took selfies of several officers, Columbia Community Relations Director Steven Sapp said in a statement.
  • The photos were taken as part of the local government's City Hall Selfie Day, and posted on the police department's social media pages.
  • Sapp said the photos were not meant to be disrespectful and a coaching effort is in place to ensure it does not happen again.
  • The Columbia Police Department said it took down the photos Friday night.
  • "We apologize for any insensitivity the photo invoked," it said on Twitter.

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