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Short answer, no. Essentially, not only is the transmission encrypted - see iCloud security and privacy overview but also since iOS 8 your phone changes its MAC address pseudo-randomly, so it can't even be identified as 'your' phone for a lot of the time. Every time a new potential exploit is discovered, there will be an update to close the door on it - ...


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If you have backed up to your computer previously, you can use iExplorer to do that sort of thing. http://www.macroplant.com/iexplorer/


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Since your goal is to free up space, you can configure your iPhone to only store thumbnails of the photos you have in iCloud Photo Library rather than the full-resolution images. This is configured in Settings > iCloud > Photos > Optimize iPhone Storage (as opposed to Download and Keep Originals) See this iMore article for more information on optimising ...


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If the backup is on a Mac then the free/donationware iPhone/iPod Touch Backup Extractor can help you with this. Download and extract the application. Click "Read Backups" and it should give you a list of available device backups with time stamps of the last time they were backed up. Select your wife's backup and click "Choose". Select "iOS Files" and click ...


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You can just copy those images. Those location information is coded into EXIF data. It will not be deleted upon transfer.


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As "TJ Luoma" points out in the comment, the XMP files are used to allow non-destructive editing. It's a great idea but it's a very new standard (?) from Adobe and is therefore not adopted properly by everyone yet. http://www.adobe.com/products/xmp.html The new Apple Photos app (due to come out in USA Spring 2015) syncs changes between devices using this ...


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You can use Image Capture... However, if you see a cloud next to the name of your device then you need to disable iCloud Photo Library before the delete all button will appear. iPhone: Settings -> Photos & Camera -> iCloud Photo Library off Settings -> Photos & Camera -> My Photo Stream off Then, try Image Capture again and the delete all button ...


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Go on iTunes and uncheck the albums you have imported. Just do the reverse of what you did to import photos...



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