the new photos are in jpg but the old ones is still in .heicIt's in camera > Formats > Select 'most compatible for JPEG'. Apple Photos converts HEIC to JPEGs from Photos, from iOS settings find 'Transfer to PC" > Select > automatic, to convert them to jpeg.
More tips: https://www.cnet.com/news/tools-bridge-between-apple-heic-and-jpeg-photos/
They should move to a PC as jpg's. Other options, this site will convert 50 at a time. https://heictojpg.com/the new photos are in jpg but the old ones is still in .heic
It works for individual file. However, this could take a lot of time of uploading and downloading if sending them vie email attachment.Looking around at the available image formats for iPhone. I happened to run across this article. It mentions emailing the images and iOS automatically converts the images to JPG. Or using an App called Airdrop which converts them during preview. I'm not an Apple person, so I don't understand everything in the article.
If you find that the default file format for your iPhone's photos is HEIC and you wanted JPG instead, here's how to change it back.www.macobserver.com
no issue and thanks for the feedback. I did a bit of search and there are a couple of tools for converting heic images but the quality is reduced. I am following the suggestion in this post and planned to create a Linux virtual machine to open the file with GIMPYeah I see the deli-ma. Trying to help but needed to understand myself. Good luck.