iphone … unplug from port or remove-hardware option?windows 10.0 (home ed) 64bit … (upgraded from oem-8.0/8.1) … current-build: 10586.318 (1511)apple-iphone … 3gs … version: 6.1.3 … modem-firmware: 05.16.08toshiba satellite P55-A5312 (laptop)attached apple's oem-cable to usb-port … attached other end to iphone (already booted) … copied the photos from i-phone's directory (internal-storage/dcim/***) to a desktop folder … images appear fine and can open. now comes time for me to disconnect iphone … windows-explorer (file-explorer) … click on device (iphone) … nothing about "eject". i go to control-panel / devices-printers / apple-iphone … and notice the "remove device" option. just wondering if this "remove device" is the method being used? or … do people just unplug the i-phone's usb form port? is the idea here that, once "remove device" has been implemented … next time i plug in iphone, the device will rebuild within the device-printers interface? p.s. have attached image-file to this post … thanks in advance.