iTunes can't sync contacts, calendars to your Mac after upgrading to OS X Mavericks? You've got it! OS X Mavericks is free, but after you installed it, you would find the "Info" tab in iTunes 11.1.2 or other versions to select sync of contacts and calendars has gone. This is because Apple makes OS X Mavericks v10.9 and later not to use SyncServcies. However, you do need to sync contacts and calendars from iPhone/iPad/iPod to Mac in OS X Mavericks, what should you do?
Stop complaining about the loss of option in iTunes for contacts and calendars synchronization if you have installed OS X Mavericks on your Mac. Although Apple doesn't allow you to sync Address Book, iCal/calendar events, contacts information on Mavericks with iTunes, this doesn't mean you can't find out other ways to backup or transfer all the data. Yes, you can! With iPhone Data Recovery for Mac, you can easily sync all contact lists, calendar entries, and other data to Mac in OS X Mavericks.
To sync contacts and calendars from iPhone 5S/5C/5/4S/4/3GS or from other iOS devices to Mac in Mavericks, iPhone Data Recovery for Mac should be your first option. It supports all Mac, such as MacBook Pro, iMac, MacBook Air, Mac Pro.
With this top-tier data synchronization software, you can freely transfer all contacts as vCard/VCF files in Mavericks, as well as transfer all calendar entries into readable formats, such as .txt, .xls, .xml. What's more, you can view and check all the contacts and calendars data in details before you sync them. After synchronization with iPhone Data Recovery for Mac, you can use all the synced calendars and contacts on your Mavericks as offline backup files, so that you won't lose them even if you deleted them on your device. All these are also apply to iPad and iPod touch.
Here is the guide to show you how to sync contacts & calendars to Mac in OS X Mavericks.
You can also use iPhone Data Recovery for Mac to sync all other data to your Mac in OS X Mavericks as a safe backup file in case data loss on your device. Share it with the people around you who also want to sync, backup, or transfer contacts & calendars in Mavericks.comments powered by Disqus