Wanting to backup tons of your songs and playlists from iPhone to PC or iTunes before updating your device? Looking for a way to transfer your iPhone videos to computer so that you can share them with your friends or family? Wanna rebuile your iTunes library because you have a new PC or have suffered a system crash? So many users may think of using iTunes in first time, in fact, there is a more powerful and helpful tool which named iOS Data Transfer can do what iTunes can’t.
iOS Data Transfer is an all-in-one yet full-featured data transfer software for users to copy music, playlists, videos from iPod, iPhone & iPad to iTunes Library, and to your PC for backup. In addition, the program allows you to transfer and manage your contacts, messages, photos and so on, and direct transfer media, contacts, photos from one Apple device to another without iTunes. The iOS Data Transfer fully compatible with iOS 5, iOS 6, iOS 7 & iOS 8, and support iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, as well as iPad and iPod.
Can’t wait to transfer your iPhone data, please free download a trial version here and have a try.
Step 1,Install and launch the iOS Data Transfer
After downloading the software, install and run it on your computer, then connect you iPhone to PC via a USB cable, and you will see the primary window as below.
Step 2 .Transfer Music, Videos to iTunes & PC
If you want to export all media on your iPhone/iPod/iPad to iTunes, you can directly click on “To iTunes” in the main interface, the program will automatically transfer your music, playlists, videos, Podcasts, audiobooks, artworks and more from iPhone to iTunes.
While, if you just want to transfer some of your music and videos, you can click “Media” in the menu bar on the left, just check the files you want in the media management window, and click “Export to” to transfer them to your iTunes library or PC for backup.
Note: You are also allowed to directly click “Smart Export to iTunes” to transfer music from your iPhone to iTunes, so that it will catch any duplicates and only copy the files that are not present in the destination library.