DearMob Inc. Proffers Freeware to Embrace iPhone X and iPhone 8 Releases on Apple's 10-Year Anniversary

On the verge of the long-awaited releases of iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, DearMob iPhone Manager is proffered to welcome this new iPhone era with superb functions to import and export iPhone photos.


Chengdu, Sichuan -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/13/2017 -- According to the confirmed specs of iPhone X and iPhone 8, DearMob, Inc puts its allstar product under the spotlight - the free iPhone Photo Manager with tier-one functions to export iPhone X and iPhone 8 photos to computer, and import photos back to iPhone. Considering the possible issues of iPhone X and iPhone 8 storage insufficiency implanted by the enhanced camera features like 3D photography, 4K recording at 60fps, AR implementation, this product is fully capable of tidying up iPhone photos for good.

At the Steve Jobs Theater, iPhone X and iPhone 8 rear and front-facing cameras are unveiled to add supports for 3D photography effects, AR application, and 4K video recording at 60fps, such new photo types can soon drive an iPhone over-crammed, thus calling for a handy iPhone data management tool like DearMob iPhone Manager, an easy-to-use iPhone Manager is a classy product to export iPhone photos to computer.

iPhone 8 and iPhone X will be producing even bigger photos, larger videos and bringing more space-consuming yet tempting AR APPs, and VR games on board. Note that iPhone 8 provides around 50 Mbps data rate for 4K 60fps recording, indicating that four 10-minutes-long 4K video recordings can eat up 16GB storage already. With this reasoning, the maximal 265GB iPhone storage could easily be exhausted within a year. The boosts of these pioneering camera-techs can excessively lead to greater needs for iPhone photos backup.

Backing up iPhone photos to computer or to other cloud database would be increasingly needed ever before, since two of the greediest iPhone storage consumption culprits – photos and videos – have obviously elevated its way of storage-occupying through quality and quantity.

Also eye-pleasing in this event are the refined iPhone 8 and iPhone X camera features like SmartCamera and "FreezeMotion", for both the wide-angle and telephoto lenses can stir up stronger photo-taking appetite using iPhone X and iPhone 8 for posting on Instagram, as users can easily get quality selfies, better close-ups of pets and children, fast moving athletes and fireworks, while progressively more reluctant to delete any of them. As a result, the booming amount of photos, photo editing APPs as well as the cached pictures requires an all-in-one iPhone management software to tidy them up.

To help slim up the brimmed iPhone, DearMob beforehand shares out its well-developed freeware – iPhone Photo Manager to help transfer 4K photos, wallpapers, GIF images, BMP and TIFF pictures from iPhone to Windows 10 at an alarming rate. According to official hands-on test, this photo backup software can batch export 100 photos in 4K within 8 seconds, 3x faster than the average photo transfer speed.

Features of DearMob iPhone Photo Manager:
- Hassle-free manage iPhone photo albums without iTunes;
- One-click iPhone to Windows photo transfer, and vice versa;
- Batch transfer, edit photo albums;
- No jailbreak, 100% free and safe.

Freeware Availability

DearMob iPhone Photo Manager version 1.1 for Windows is free for download at

About DearMob Inc.
DearMob, Inc. is a pioneer in mobile software developing. In pursuing the vision of providing users sophisticated mobile solutions for free, it strives to create cross-platform freeware for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android. Its product lines currently involve in multimedia playing, music video streaming and downloading, as well as file manager and backup solution for iPhone, iPad. DearMob iPhone Photo Manager and DearMob iPhone Music Manager, currently available in English, Japanese and traditional Chinese, are new talents for iPhone backup which thrive committedly to meet versatile user demands.

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