iTunes allows you to synchronize songs, movies, TV shows, photos and much more. When the synchronization is complete, the content of your iPhone or iPad becomes compatible with your iTunes library.
While many people today use their iPhones without synchronizing with their Mac or Windows computer, many still use iTunes to transfer files and other multimedia files from one place to another. You can synchronize songs, playlists, albums, movies, TV shows, audiobooks, etc. between your Macbook or Windows PC and iOS devices using the iTunes application.
Before synchronizing with iTunes, you must use iCloud or a similar service to keep the files updated automatically on all your devices. If you want to use iTunes to synchronize your files, follow these steps to set up iTunes sync using Wi-Fi.
Synchronization is used to share files between devices. If you purchase a song on your PC or Mac, you can synchronize it to add it to your iPhone. iTunes knows if the iOS device or the PC has the latest information. Then, a user can select what they want to synchronize.
Setup iTunes App to sync your iPhone over Wi-Fi
Note: Please follow these steps correctly.
- Open the most recent version iTunes Software.
- Use the USB cable that comes with iPhone to connect to your Mac or Windows.
- On iTunes, search and click on your iPhone.
- In Summary, section, tap on “Sync with this iPhone over Wi-Fi”
- Click Apply and then remove the USB.
- Select the items you need to synchronize, and then click Sync.
When your Windows PC or Mac device and iPhone are on the same Wi-Fi, your iPhone should appear in iTunes. Also, iPhone will automatically sync every time you load it, and iTunes is open on your PC.
If you select the option in the Auto-sync Summary section each time you connect the iPhone to your computer, synchronization will occur at login. If you selected the Wireless synchronization option, background synchronization occurs when a change is made. Thanks for reading this guide.