How to transfer data from iTunes to iPhone is never an outdated question. Many iPhone users could find that iTunes can't read iPhone contents, syncing iTunes files to iPhone failed, or can't move music files from iTunes to iPhone, especially for those greed hands. In this article, you will learn 2 correct and also the best methods to move or copy data from iTunes library to your iPhone. (This also applies to other iOS devices, such as iPad, iPod.)
2 Best Ways to Transfer or Sync Files from iTunes to iPhone 5S/5C/5/4S/4
In fact, to transfer music, playlists, photos, videos, contacts, apps from iTunes library to your iPhone is quite simple. It is the process to sync filed from iTunes to your iPhone. The 2 methods work for all iOS 7.1 or iOS 7 devices, especially for iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iTunes 11 (or newer versions),
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Top 1. Transfer Data from iTunes to iPhone via a USB
Step 1. Connect iPhone to your computer and run iTunes if it doesn't automatically open.
Step 2. iTunes should automatically sync your iPhone based on the options you have set up or the default settings.
Step 3. If iTunes doesn't automatically begin the sync process, you can manually start it by selecting the device button in the upper right corner when iPhone appears in iTunes. If iTunes can't recognize your iPhone, click here to see How to Fix It When iPhone Is Not Recognized in iTunes.
Step 4. When your iPhone is selected, choose File from the top menu and Sync iPhone from the choices by clicking "Apply" in the lower-right corner of the screen.
Note: Some tabs may not appear if you don't have the corresponding contents in your library. For example, if you don't have any podcasts in your library, the Podcast tab won't appear.
Top 2. Transfer Files from iTunes to iPhone through Wi-Fi
Step 1. Set up Wi-Fi syncing. To do this, connect iPhone to the computer with a USB cable, open iTunes, and click the iPhone button in the upper right corner when it appears. (If viewing the iTunes Store, click the Library button first.)
Step 2. In the Summary tab, select "Sync with this iPhone over Wi-Fi".
Step 3. When the computer and the iPhone are on the same network, iPhome will appear in iTunes, and you can sync it. The iPhone will sync automatically when:
iPhone is charging.
iTunes is running on the computer.
iPhone and the computer are on the same Wi-Fi network.
Step 4. Select the content tabs and configure sync options when the iPhone is in the left-hand column of iTunes. Then click Apply or Sync to transfer files from iTunes to iPhone.
Important: Transferring iTunes data like music, videos, movies, contacts is the similar process. However, many users reported iTunes music not syncing after iOS 7 or iOS 7.1 update. Try to fix it with the top 10 ways in the article iTunes Music Not Syncing to iPhone.
How to Transfer Documents and Other Files to iPhone without iTunes?
If you use a word processor, comic book or PDF reader, video player, or other app that requires syncing files through iTunes, you know how slow and awful it can be. Here is a simple, fast and safe alternative, iAny Transfer. It can quickly transfer files from PC to iPhone without iTunes.
With all those useful tips, you can successfully transfer files like music, videos, playlists, photos, contacts, messages, iBook, bookmarks, apps from iTunes to your iPhone, and even from PC to your iPhone.