Phenolphthalein is an acid-base indicator dye. When the pH of a solution is 7 or less, phenolphthalein will remain colorless. When hydrogen ions are added, the pH of the solution increases, and phenolphthalein will transitions to its pink color.
There are several ways to transfer files from your iPhone to a PC.
1. Use Apple's AirDrop feature: AirDrop uses Bluetooth and WiFi to quickly and easily send files from your iPhone to a nearby Mac or PC. Simply tap “airdrop” on your iPhone, select the PC, and then select the files you want to share.
2. Use iCloud Drive or another cloud storage service: iCloud Drive, Dropbox, and Google Drive are popular cloud storage services for iPhones that allow you to quickly and easily store files from your iPhone and access them on your PC anytime you want.
3. Use the File app: iPhones running iOS 11 or later feature a Files app that includes a “browse” section. You can connect your iPhone to your PC with a USB cable, open the Files app, and then select “browse” to access the files on your iPhone.
4. Use third-party software: Third-party software such as dr.fone, WALTR2, and iMazing can also help you transfer files from your iPhone to a PC.
To transfer money from the US to Australia, you'll need to use an international money transfer service such as TransferWise, XE Money Transfer, OFX, WorldFirst, or Western Union. You'll need to provide your account details (bank name, account number, routing number/swift code, etc.), the amount you want to transfer, your recipients details (such as name, address, bank name, etc.) and the transfer may include a fee. The time for the money to arrive will depend on the transfer service you use.