How to convert HEIC pictures in FoneTool?

HEIC is a recently introduced image format by Apple. Starting from iOS 11, photos are automatically stored in HEIC format. Compared to JPG, HEIC format occupies less storage space while maintaining superior image quality. However, since the built-in Windows viewing software does not directly support this format, conversion is required before accessing HEIC files.

Prerequisites for conversion:

Download and install FoneTool on your windows computer (currently only supports windows system).

Upload the HEIC pictures you want to browse on windows to the computer.

The following are the detailed steps:

Step 1. Launch Fonetool, choose the "HEIC Converter" function in the "Toolbox" bar.

Heic Converter

Step 2. Click the "Add Photos" button to select the HEIC format pictures you want to convert, or directly drag the pictures to the interface.

Add Photos

Step 3. Choose "Photo Format" and "Photo Quality".

Format And Quality

Supported format for conversion: ".JPG .JPEG .PNG"

Supported picture quality: Medium (50%), High (70%), Highest (100%)

Step 4. Choose "Conversion Speed". The faster the conversion speed is, the higher system resources will be occupied. Please choose reasonably according to your own needs.

Conversion Speed

Step 5. Choose "Storage Path", the converted image will be stored in that location.

Storage Path

Step 6. Click the "Start Converting" button to execute the conversion.

Start Converting

Step 7. After the conversion is completed, you can directly click "View Files" to browse the converted pictures.



This function can easily achieve image format conversion of your pictures taken by iPhone, with this conversion tool, you can easily convert HEIC pictures to JPG so you can browse on windows.



FoneTool Runs Perfectly on

Supported Devices
  • iPhone 4/5/6/SE/7/8/X/11/12/13/14/15(all iPhone versions)
  • iPad /iPad mini/iPad Air/iPad Pro
  • iPod touch 1/2/3/4/5/6/7
iOS Versions
  • iOS 18/17/16/15/14/13/12/11 and former
  • iPadOS 18/17/16/15/14/13/12/11 and former