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5 easy ways to transfer files between iPhone and Mac

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The DearMob iPhone management app is a good way to moves files between your Mac and iPhone, and vice versa.
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Transferring things like documents and photos between your Mac and iPhone can be tricky, especially when file sizes get large. Here are the top five ways to transfer files from Mac to iPhone and back again.

Tired of using iTunes for iPhone backups? There’s an alternative.

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When it comes to iPhone backup, there's a better path than iTunes: DearMob iPhone Manager.
When it comes to iPhone backup, there's a better path than iTunes.
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This post is presented by DearMob iPhone Manager.

The way we use iPhones has changed a lot since they first came on the scene more than a decade ago. For one thing, they’ve become much more essential to our everyday lives. iPhones have become the place where we keep some of our most important data. So it’s kind of surprising that the default backup app, iTunes, remains so ham-handed.

Take control of your iPhone photo library, without iTunes

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Wrest control from iTunes with DearMob iPhone Manager.
Wrest control from iTunes with DearMob iPhone Manager.
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Traveling for the holidays means keeping track of the flood of photos that comes with the season. So does getting a new iPhone XS, XS Max or XR as a gift. Basically, the more flexibility you have when dealing with your digital photo library, the better. DearMob iPhone Manager, an easy-to-use alternative to iTunes, lets you take back control of all your iOS data.

DearMob giveaway: Back up your iPhone before iOS 12 upgrade — without iTunes

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DearMob iPhone Manager offers a flexible, streamlined alternative to iTunes.
DearMob iPhone Manager offers a flexible, streamlined alternative to iTunes.
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This post is presented by DearMob iPhone Manager.

Apple has launched another new raft of iPhones and a shiny new mobile operating system, iOS 12. That means some cool new features, but also the pain of backing up and syncing on iTunes. That means the same old “all or nothing” approach, pressing “sync” and hoping it works. Apple is great in many ways, but giving us control over our mobile data isn’t one of them.