Video:Transfering Files to a New iPhonewith Devita Jacobs
iPhones can hold many different files with you while on the go. Through iTunes you can transfer a variety of file types including photos, music files and voice memos for free.See Transcript
Transcript:Transfering Files to a New iPhoneHi I'm Devita Jacobs with About.com and today I'll be discussing how to transfer files on to your iPhone.
Connect Your iPhone to Your Computer Where the Files are LocatedSimply connect your iPhone to your computer using the USB cable that came with your phone.When your computer detects a new device is attached, iTunes will automatically launch and prompt you to set up your new iPhone in iTunes. Once you’ve registered your new phone, you can choose which files you want added to the phone. For example, if you only want certain genres of music included on your iPhone, you can select these through iTunes by clicking the Music button in the sync menu and placing a check next to each title or library you want to add.
You can also send photos from your computer files to your iPhone by locating a folder of pictures under the Photos menu. Simply place a check by each folder you want transferred to your iPhone. Contacts, videos and applications can also be transferred from your computer to your phone.
Be Sure Your iPhone has Enough Space to Accept the Transferred FilesClick the sync button once you have selected all the files from your computer you want added to your iPhone. The storage measurement at the bottom shows you how much of your available memory you are using with your current file selections. The phone will read “sync in progress” until all files are transferred. Once the transfer is complete, you can remove the iPhone from your computer by clicking the eject button under Devices in the menu panel.
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