How to Connect iPhone to Window 10 & Transfer iPhone Data

Last Updated: October 20, 2017

Amongst all the tools to help you connect iPhone to Windows 10, or iOS 11 to Windows 10, which is the fastest & easiest way to transfer iPhone data losslessly? Solutions currently available usually enable users to either connect iPhone to Windows 10 with a USB cable or that they may consider wirelessly connect iPhone to Windows 10. That been said, follow this guide below to see how to connect iPhone to Windows 10.

Connect iPhone to Windows 10 & Transfer iPhone Data

Connect iPhone to Windows 10

The best & easiest way to connect iPhone to Windows 10 is DearMob iPhone Manager – one of the best iPhone backup software for Windows 10 that connects iPhone to computer without iTunes. If you're thinking of transferring iPhone photos, videos & music from to Windows 10, click to download the tool below!

Either you have finished a Keynote file with iPhone and would like to transfer it to Windows 10, or that you have plenty of voice memos to transfer from iPhone to computer, DearMob iPhone Manager proves fully ready to help you do so. Alongside this 3rd-party tool to help you connect iPhone to Windows 10, you're good to go with iTunes, or wirelessly connect iPhone to Windows 10. That been said, which is your favorite way to connect iPhone to Windows 10? Check through for your answer:

1: How to Connect iPhone to Windows 10 with DearMob iPhone Manager

The close-end iOS system didn't allow its users to directly backup iPhone to computer in the past until iTunes was introduced, followed by iCloud backup solutions. However, could backup as stable as expected even with years of practice obtained by Apple. That been said, a reliable & stable method is much-anticipated by many. Which is the fast & easiest method to backup iPhone to computer, then? This page gives you the answer.

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Step 1: Download this best iPhone backup software for Windows 10 – DearMob iPhone Manager.

Step 2: First USB connect iPhone to Windows 10, and if this is the first time that you connect this iPhone to computer, tap "Trust this Computer" for them to recognize each other.

Step 3: You should launch the software before connecting iPhone 8/X to Windows 10, other you won't be able to connect at all.

When you have successfully connected iPhone to Windows, choose from this tool as of which type(s) of iPhone data that you want to transfer between iPhone to Windows 10. You can backup iPhone photos to computer, add ringtone to iPhone, or backup SMS from iPhone to computer, if this is just the very tool you're looking for, check through to download it below:

Method 2: How to Connect iPhone to Windows 10 with iTunes

As Apple's native iPhone management tool, iTunes for Windows 10 can connect iPhone to Windows to sync music, videos and more content as long as you USB connect iPhone to Windows 10. Despite some iTunes problems on Windows 10, iTunes proves a downright effective method to help you manage iPhone content like APPs, music, movie & TV shows (check out how to remove DRM from iTunes movies & TV shows if you want to watch them elsewhere), as well as eBooks and ringtones. Check out how to connect iPhone to Windows 10 with iTunes:

connect iPhone to Windows 10 with iTunes

Step 1: Upgrade both iTunes and iPhone to the latest version before you launch iTunes 12.7 and connect iPhone to Windows 10.

Tips and Notes: Should you have any problems like iTunes not recognizing iPhone, chances are that AMDS is missing from your computer, then check to see how to download Apple Mobile Device USB driver Windows 10 for your computer, or the ultimate guide to iTunes not recognizing iPhone [Solved].

Step 2. When you have successfully connected iPhone to iTunes, a small iPhone icon is going to show up on the top-left corner of iTunes, click into the icon to find the "Summary" icon or the "On My Device" icon.

To sync iPhone content to iTunes on Windows 10:

Authorize your Windows 10 computer by visiting iTunes Store > Account > Authorization so as able to transfer content from iPhone to Windows 10.

Choose the content like Music, Movies, TV Shows, etc under On My Device > Sync;

To sync content from iTunes Library to iPhone:

Under Summary > Choose the content you want to sync from Windows 10 to iPhone > Click on "Sync" to sync data from computer to iPhone.

Method 3: How to Wirelessly Connect iPhone to Windows 10

An often recommended tool to connect iPhone to Windows 10 wirelessly is iMazing – a $ 34.99 iPhone management tool for Windows 10 that can transfer photos, music, videos and more between iPhone and Windows 10. Just like DearMob iPhone Manager, you can use this tool to USB connect iPhone & Windows 10 or wirelessly.

SUMMARY

As of transfer speed, you may want to go after DearMob's iPhone Manager, but if you're just looking for a wireless solution to connect iPhone to Windows 10, go for the third option!

DearMob's iPhone Manager is a smart solution to connect iPhone to Windows 10 for category-wide iPhone data transfer: If you're thinking of how to transfer photos from iPhone to Windows 10, or how to add ringtone to iPhone, DearMob would be the best iPhone manager you won't regret downloading.

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