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Introduced by Apple with iOS 11 and iPhone 7, HEIC is the default format for images taken with iPhone cameras. HEIC offers superior quality and reduced file size but isn’t compatible with all devices. This HEIC to JPG converter tool easily converts iOS images to popular formats like JPG, WEBP, PNG and PDF.

Key features: Include batch processing to convert multiple HEIC photos efficiently, and customizable output sizes for A4, trade book, or magazine when converting HEIC to PDF. Each HEIC image becomes a separate PDF page, merged into one PDF file.

Additionally, you can download a compressed zip file of all JPG/WEBP/PNG images post-conversion. Our AI ensures optimal compression, maintaining high JPEG quality while keeping file sizes close to the original HEIC.

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Why can't I download all JPG images when the conversion process is finished?
All images files that you upload and process are deleted after your session has ended. You can read more about session duration rule.

Does store my HEIC or converted JPG images on the server?
No, any information you upload to our site or servers is read and injected into the page you requested, then destroyed after your session has ended. For more information, please refer to our temporary file storing rule.

Should I keep using the HEIC format (without converting to JPG)?
Absolutely, if you're using MacOS and iOS, they natively support viewing and editing HEIC format.

What are the differences between HEIC and JPG format?

HEIC Format JPG Format
High Efficiency Image File Format is a container format for storing individual digital images and image sequences. JPEG is a commonly used method of lossy compression for digital images, particularly for those images produced by digital photography.
Standard: ISO/IEC 23008-12 (MPEG-H Part 12) Standard: ISO/IEC 10918, ITU-T T.81, ITU-T T.83, ITU-T T.84, ITU-T T.86
Developed by: Joint Photographic Experts Group, IBM, Mitsubishi Electric, AT&T, Canon Inc. Developed by: Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG)
Release year: 2013 Release year: 1992