Are you a Mac user? I own an iMac and really love it.
But one thing I dislike is every time I connect my iPhone to the Mac, it automatically opens iPhoto and assume I need it to download photo from iPhone.
That’s really annoying. Like me, you probably experience the same issue on Mac platform. So,
How can you prevent iPhone from opening iPhoto automatically?
To disable the auto-launch of iPhoto, you can simply disable it in iPhoto’s preference. And, here are the procedures.
1. Launch iPhoto
2. In menu bar of iPhoto, select “Preferences…”
3. Select the “General” table in Preferences dialog
4. By default, the “Connecting camera opens:” option is set to “iPhoto”. That’s why it’s launched automatically when you connect the iPhone to your Mac. You can set this option to “No Application” to disable iPhoto from launching automatically.
5. That’s it. You can now close the Preferences dialog and iPhoto.
Next time when you connect the iPhone to your Mac, iPhoto will not be opened automatically.
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