How many photos do you have on your iPhone? Chances are you’ve got lots of them and you probably haven’t backed them up in a while either! So what would you be upset if you lost your iPhone? Those precious memories can’t be replaced even though your phone can be.
So, it makes sense to back up your photos from time to time, the simpler the process the more likely you are to do it, and the less likely you are to have to go without those precisous memories.
The good news is that this can be done very cheaply using either Box.net, SugarSync or Dropbox. My recommendation would be to use Dropbox as this will auto sync your uploaded photos to your computer or laptop in the background next time itconnects to the internet.
Whilst you could select individual photos to upload using the Dropbox App, its far simpler to use the CameraSync app which costs (at the time of writing £1.49) from the iTunes App store.
Simply use CameraSync to connect to your Dropbox and specify which folder to place the photos in. The first sync may take a while if you have a lot of photos. Subsequent syncing of recent photos will be much quicker unless you are very snap happy with the camera. Your latest photos will be wirelessly transfered to the Dropbox cloud and then on to all your computers that share the same Dropbox account.