iPhone 7 Sync With iTunes Tutorial

iPhone 7 Sync With iTunes

There are two ways to Sync your iPhone 7 with iTunes. You can sync by connecting iPhone to your computer, or you can set up iTunes to wirelessly sync music, videos, photos, and more with Wi-Fi. Before learning how to Sync with iTunes, here’s things you can sync with iTunes:

  • Albums, songs, playlists, movies, TV shows, books, podcasts, audiobooks, and tones.
  • Photos and videos.
  • Contacts and calendars.
  • Device backups that you made using iTunes.

How to Sync iPhone 7 Using a USB Cable

  • Connect your iPhone  to your computer using the included cable
  • Open iTunes on your computer
  • Make sure you’re using the latest version of iTunes. Get the latest version of iTunes here.
  • Click the iPhone button in the top-left of the iTunes window.
iTunes window
  • Select a setting (Summary, Apps, or Music) to configure it.
iTunes Setting iPhone 7

For more additional informations about How to Sync using a USB cable visit apple support here.

How to Sync Your iPhone 7 With iTunes Using Wi-Fi

You can set iTunes to sync your iPhone 7 or other iOS device over Wi-Fi. Here’s how:

  • Launch iTunes.

    Make sure you’re using the latest version of iTunes.

  • Use the included cable that came with your iPhone to connect it to your computer.
  • Click the iPhone button in the iTunes window
  • Click Summary
  • In iTunes, find and then click your iOS device.
  • Now select “Sync with this iPhone over Wi-Fi.”
Sync with this iPhone 7 over Wi-Fi
  • Click Apply at the bottom-right
  • Now you can unplug the USB cable now
  • Choose which items you want to sync
  • When you’ve finished, click Sync

iPhone 7 Syncing Problem Solving

What should you do if sync doesn’t work or you can’t set iTunes to sync over Wi-Fi? Here’s what you can do about it:

  • First, you can restart your Mac or PC and your iPhone
  • Next, you need to make sure that your Mac or PC and iPhone are on the same Wi-Fi network.
  • Please note that syncing doesn’t work over an Ethernet to Wi-Fi connection.
  • Next, try to check your firewall settings. Ask for help to security software if you put firewall software on your computer or router.

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