Why Do You Want to Transfer Music from iPhone to iTunes
You have downloaded lots of songs on your iPhone so you can enjoy the music wherever you are. And now because of one of the following reasons, you want to transfer music from iPhone to iTunes on your Windows 10 PC:
- Want to enjoy the music on your computer.
- Backup some favorite songs that you never want to lose.
- Rebuild your iTunes library.
So can you import music from iPhone to iTunes? Well, the answer is Yes. You can easily transfer purchased songs from iPhone to iTunes.
How to Transfer Music from iPhone to iTunes in Windows 10
iTunes is the default content manager for iOS devices. You may often use it to sync songs to your iPhone. It can also help you transfer iPhone music to iTunes, however, the music supported is limited to the purchased items on your device. Other songs that you download from other sources will not be imported to iTunes.
If you also want to transfer non-purchased songs to computer, you can refer to the next part to get the solution.
Steps to Transfer Purchased Music from iPhone to iTunes in Windows 10
Step 1. Connect your iPhone to Windows 10 PC and run iTunes. Please make sure you have installed the latest version of iTunes on your computer.
Step 2. Go to the Account > Authorizations and choose to Authorize This Computer in order to get the computer permitted to access and use your Apple ID.
Step 3. Log in with your Apple ID and password > click the Authorize button to complete the authorization process.
Step 4. Click File > Devices > choose Transfer Purchases from [your iPhone name] to finish the process.
When the process is finished, you can click Recently Added in the left panel of iTunes to check the newly imported songs. If you want to download the imported songs on your computer, you can click the Download button to download it on your computer. If you don't see the Download icon, the music is already on your computer. If you want to locate the downloaded songs, you can click File and choose Show in Windows Explorer to make it.
An Easy Way to Transfer Music from iPhone to Computer
To transfer non-purchased songs from iPhone to computer, one third-party iPhone transfer tool - AOMEI MBackupper can help you achieve the goal.
● It can help you transfer purchased and non purchased songs to Windows 10 PC without effort.
● Its transfer speed is higher than the average speed on the market: 1000 songs can be transferred in only 9 minutes and 13 seconds.
Besides, this software has a clear interface and user-friendly design, you can transfer music from iPhone to Windows 10 in only a few clicks. Download the tool now and follow the steps below to transfer non-purchased music from iPhone to computer.
Step 1. Connect your iPhone to computer via the USB cable > Enter the passcode to give your computer access to your device > Click Transfer to Computer option.
Step 2. Click "+" to choose the songs you want to transfer to computer.
Step 3. Choose the songs you want to transfer to computer and click OK.
Step 4. Select the storage path to save your songs > Finally, click the Transfer button to make it.
→ Note: AOMEI MBackupper can also help you add music to iPhone. You can go to this Transfer Music from Windows 10 to iPhone guide to learn more.
That’s all about how to transfer songs from iPhone to iTunes in Windows 10. You can easily transfer purchased music from iPhone to iTunes on your Windows 10 PC. Or if you want to transfer purchased and non-purchased songs, AOMEI MBackupper is the way to go.
Besides, it also can help you backup iPhone music, videos, photos, contacts, messages, etc. If necessary, you can restore the backup files to iPhone anytime and it will not erase any existed data on the device.
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