Syncing Your iPhone with Windows 10

Apple’s iPhone is undoubtedly the most widely used cellphone which has become a status symbol. Apple’s iPhone can not just only be synced to MacOS but you can also sync it with Windows 10. MacOS offers the plug and play syncing but when it comes to Windows 10 syncing you need to have a little bit of knowledge on Windows 10. You can also learn about How to Add Light Effects in Adobe Photoshop.

Copying Files to iPhone:

In order to sync the media files like photos, videos and music files you need to be familiar with the iTunes. If you dont have iTunes you need to to 1st download it and then import your music by going to File>Add Folder to Library in order to move your current music to iTunes library. Once you are set to sync you just need to follow these simple steps.

  • First of all you are required to connect your iPhone with the laptop with a Lightning cable.
  • Now once the computer will get the access of the phone you will be asked to continue and then you need to click on Continue.
  • Now you are required to click the phone icon located at the top of the bar.
  • Now you need to click on Sync.
  • After this step both the devices will be synced and if it does not sync just go to the side bar and enable the Sync checkboxes under Music, Apps, Movies, TV shows and Photos and after this you need to click on Sync again.
  • Now check your Photos, Music Apps and videos for confirming that they have arrived on your phone from Windows 10.

Copying Data from iPhone:

Now comes the real part as copying the data from an iPhone is not very simple affair.

Music and Movies: This will keep you stuck in Apple’s wheelhouse. Though non-iTunes can be sent from your PC to the Phone but you can not send them from handset to computers. However if you buy the media from iTunes on your iPhone you can get it into your laptop or PC through iCloud. If you are stick to one Apple ID you can easily download all of your songs and movies from iTunes on your PC with no extra cost.

Photos: For importing photos from iPhone to Windows 10 you can see the tutorial here.