Published on April 30 2014

The Air just got a little refresher.

On Tuesday morning, Apple announced a new version of its MacBook Air, its slim, lightweight, oft-imitated laptop computer. The new MacBook Air looks the same as last year’s model, but Apple has upgraded the computer’s processor, making it speedier at things like multitasking, and also taken $100 off the starting price.

The design, weight, and screen sizes and quality remain the same. What Apple has improved here are the guts of the computer, improving its zip and likely its battery life, too. Last year’s MacBook Airs, which launched in June, started with Intel dual-core 1.3 GHz processors; this year’s MacBook Airs will come with newer Intel dual-core 1.4 GHz processors.

That means better speed. The cheapest MacBook Air configuration, for a laptop with an 11-inch display, costs $899, down from $999 a year ago. A new MacBook Air with a 13-inch display starts at $999, also down $100 from a year ago.

Though Apple’s super-skinny laptop was one of a kind when it debuted in 2008, similarly lightweight, slim models from Windows manufacturers like Samsung and Asus have been challenging the Air as of late. Many of these models are cheaper than the Air and offer similar processing power and lightness. But none of those myriad Windows “ultrabooks,” as they are called, has caught on like the Air has.

For the gear-heads, tech specs are available at Apple’s website. The new MacBook Air is available now on Apple.com and in Apple Stores

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Published on April 29 2014

The iPhone and Android are two of the world’s greatest mobile platforms. Despite the huge chasm between the two and the perpetual war between die-hard fans from both camps, one can easily be tempted to presume that phone data on an iPhone and Android cannot be shared from one to the other, or vice-versa.

How to transfer contacts from iPhone to Android

But, of course, that’s an easy misconception to make. Many types of phone data can be shared between iPhone and Android. Below, we will show you several ways to transfer contacts from iPhone to Android.

Manually sharing contacts

How to transfer contacts from iPhone to Android

The iPhone’s Contacts app allows you to manually share contacts — one at a time — to another device. Open the Contacts app and select a contact. From the contact info page, scroll down and select Share Contact. You can share the contact either as Email or Message.

Sadly, you can only share one contact at a time. It would take some time if you have hundreds or thousands of contacts to be shared.

There are other methods, though, that allow you to share multiple contacts at once.

Via iTunes

How to transfer contacts from iPhone to Android

You can use iTunes to sync your contacts from your iPhone to your Google account. For this approach, you will need iTunes installed on your PC, Internet connection on the PC, the proprietary data cable for your iPhone, and a Google account.

Synced contacts will include the contact’s name, image, number, and other information such as the address, contact notes, email, homepage, and other fields.

  1. Launch iTunes on your computer.
  2. Connect your iPhone to the computer.
  3. Your connected device will appear in iTunes. Click on it to open the device’s summary page
  4. Click the Info tab.
  5. Place a checkmark beside “Sync Contacts With” and select “Google Contacts” from the drop-down menu.
  6. Input your Google account and password, if you haven’t done so yet previously. Or, you can click Configure to change a previously set Google account.
  7. Click Apply. iTunes will then sync the existing contacts from your iPhone to your Google account.
  8. If you haven’t registered your Google account on your Android phone yet, add your Google account in Settings > Accounts.
  9. Allow your Google account to sync your contacts to your Android phone.

Via iCloud

How to transfer contacts from iPhone to Android

If you’ve enabled the iCloud service on your iPhone, your phone contacts have most likely been backed up to your iCloud account. You can then export those contacts into a file that can be imported into Android directly, or indirectly through Google Contacts.

  1. Using your desktop Internet browser, go to https://www.icloud.com/ and sign in with your iCloud account.
  2. Click Contacts to view a list of contacts.
  3. Select the contact(s) that you want to export.
  4. Click the cog wheel icon at the lower left and select Export vCard.
  5. Your computer will download a VCF file containing the exported contact(s).
  6. Import this VCF file to Google Contacts or copy the VCF to your Android phone’s/sdcard directory and import it to your phone through the People app or Contacts app.

Via apps

Wondershare MobileTrans
How to transfer contacts from iPhone to Android

Wondershare MobileTrans is a powerful iPhone to Android Transfer that can can not only transfer contacts, but also text messages, call logs, videos, photos, music and apps from iPhone to Android like Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola, ZTE, Huawei, Xiaomi etc on Windows.

Tips: If you need to transfer files from iPhone to Android on Mac, you can turn to MobileTransfer for Mac.

Step by step to transfer contacts from iPhone to Android

Step 1: Connect your iPhone and Android to the computer

Run MobileTrans, click “Start” to enter “Phone to Phone Transfer” window. Then, connect your iPhone and Android to the computer.After the two devices are connected, MobileTrans will detect them directly, and you will see the following interface:

How to transfer contacts from iPhone to Android

Tips: To transfer contacts from iPhone to Android you need to install iTunes on your computer.

Step 2: Transfer contacts from iPhone to Android

Files on your iPhone that need to be transferred to Android are listed in the middle, such as contacts, messages, call logs, apps, photos, audio and videos etc. Check contacts you need to transfer and click “Start Copy” to transfer iPhone contacts to Android. When the transfer is over, click “OK” to end it.

How to transfer contacts from iPhone to Android

Conclusion

As you’ve seen, sharing contacts from your iPhone to an Android phone is not that difficult. The process may not be as straightforward as you’d want it to be, but it’s doable. There may even be other easy methods that we missed or overlooked.

Which of the methods described in this post worked for you? If you know of other easy methods for transferring contacts from iPhone to Android, let us know in the comments.

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Published on April 26 2014

Apple’s next-generation iPhone models are rumored to have the largest screen sizes of any iPhone yet. Multiple media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, have cited insider sources who claim that Apple will release one iPhone model with a screen-size around 4.7 inches and another model with a screen size around 5.5 inches. However, a new rumor out of Eastern Europe suggests that the next-generation iPhones may also be the thinnest smartphones ever produced by Apple.

Rumor: Apple’s iPhone 6 will be thinnest yet

A series of purported iPhone 6 renderings were recently posted on UkrainianiPhone, an iPhone-dedicated blog based in the Ukraine. The images were first spotted by Steve Hemmerstoffer of the French tech website Nowhereelse.fr. As seen in the image above, the rendering obtained by UkrainianiPhone appears to show a device that is 138 millimeters (5.43 inches) long, 67 millimeters (2.63 inches) wide, and an astonishingly thin 6 millimeters (0.23 inches) deep.

In comparison, Apple’s current flagship iPhone 5S model is 123.8 millimeters (4.87 inches) long, 58.6 millimeters (2.31 inches) wide, and 7.6 millimeters (0.30 inches) deep. If the leaked iPhone 6 renderings are correct, this would mean that Apple managed to decrease the thickness of the next-generation iPhone by 1.6 millimeters, even as the overall size of the screen was increased.

Although the original source of these images is unknown, there are several details that suggest that these may be genuine iPhone 6 renderings. As noted by Nowhereelse.fr, the renderings appear to align with estimated measurements that were derived from a previous leak that purported to show an iPhone 6 casing mold from a Foxconn factory in China. Hemmerstoffer estimated that the casing produced by that mold would be approximately 138 millimeters long and 64 millimeters wide, which is quite close to the measurements revealed in the iPhone 6 renderings.

Besides aligning with iPhone 6 measurements from previous leaks, the renderings also appear to confirm a prediction made by well-connected KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. In a research note released earlier this month and obtained by 9to5Mac, Kuo predicted that the iPhone 6’s power button would be moved from the top to the side. The renderings posted by UkrainianiPhone also show a power button opening on the side of the rear casing.

Although it seems remarkable that Apple would be able to further decrease the depth of a large-screen iPhone, a recent report from Taiwan’s Commercial Times also appears to bolster the genuineness of the iPhone 6 renderings.

According to Commercial Times’s sources, Apple asked its battery supplier to produce a battery that was 2 millimeters or less in thickness for a so-called “iPhone Air.” On the other hand, the report also indicated that this ultra-thin battery was intended for the 5.5-inch iPhone, not the approximately 4.7-inch device depicted in the renderings. Either way, Apple watchers likely won’t know whether the renderings are genuine or not until September, when the next iPhone model is expected to be launched.

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Published on April 24 2014

After a recent report from an analyst said that at least one iPhone 6 version will launch in the third quarter of the year, more evidence seems to suggests Apple’s 2014 iPhones could be released earlier than expected. Reports from The China Post and Taipei Times have revealed that Taiwan’s Catcher Technology will be supplying metal casings for the iPhone 6. Morgan Stanley analyst Grace Chen wrote in a research note that Catcher will ship 10.5 million iPhone 6 casings this year, or 15% of the overall iPhone 6 orders.

More signs point to iPhone 6 launch coming earlier than expected

That number may indicate that Apple plans to sell as many as 70 million iPhone 6 handsets this year. In order to do that, the iPhone maker will likely need more than a quarter of combined iPhone sales, which would mean that the next-generation iPhone would be released at some point earlier in the third quarter than last year’s model, which went on sale in late September.

According to the Chen, “the ramping up of production of the iPhone 6 should start to help Catcher in the third quarter, making up 27 percent of the company’s third-quarter sales and 38 percent of its fourth quarter sales.”

Morgan Stanley expects Catcher to ship 20 million casings for all iPhone models including the iPhone 6, covering 17% of all iPhone orders in 2014.

Barclays Capital also sees Catcher as one of the iPhone 6 metal casing suppliers, and expects the iPhone 6 to be launched in the second half of the year. Barclays also thinks that new iPhone shipments will be 35% to 40% higher than iPhone 5s shipments following launch, saying Catcher will be responsible for 10% to 20% of casings for the handset.

The company says that some 225 older iPhones will be up for replacement over the iPhone 6’s life cycle from September 2014 to August 2015.

In addition to Catcher, Barclays has also identified Hon Hai Precision (owner of Foxconn) as a company that would benefit significantly from high iPhone 6 shipments.

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Published on April 22 2014

Most of us store music in two places: on our computer and on our iPod (or other MP3 player). But if your computer crashes indefinitely, all the music you (hopefully) purchased disappears along with it. So what's left? A handicapped iPod, as Apple restricts its gadgets to sync with one music library--any attempts to sync with a different computer will result in a deleted iPod.

Naturally, there's a workaround. If you'd like to safely move songs from your iPod (except the iPod Touch) to any computer, follow these steps:

How to transfer music from an iPod to a Mac
Step 1: Connect your iPod and launch iTunes. In the iPod management screen, scroll down to Options and check "Enable disk use." iTunes will give you a warning--select OK.

Step 2: Now your iPod will show up as a drive on your Desktop. But before you can access its files, download and install a program called Houdini. Houdini lets you view the music folder that's automatically hidden by Apple.

Step 3: Open Houdini, click "Folders," and then "Reveal." Locate your iPod, and open "iPod_controls." Highlight "Music," and press Choose.

Step 4: Now in your iPod folder, open iPod_Controls > Music. Highlight all of the folders and drag them into the desired folder on your hard drive. This might take a while, depending on how much music you're transferring.

Once the files are copied, you've successfully transferred the music. However, you'll notice that the songs have four-letter names and are scattered among many folders. It's OK. Once you import the music into iTunes (or any other media player), the program will reinstate the titles of the songs.

Tips: You can also get Wondershare TunesGo for Mac to transfer music from iPod to Mac directly without iTunes

How to transfer music to an iPod to a Windows computer
Step 1: Connect your iPod and launch iTunes. In the iPod management screen, scroll down to Options and check "Enable disk use." iTunes will give you a warning--select OK.

Note: If you get an error message asking you to reformat upon connecting, your iPod was originally formatted for Mac and cannot be used in Windows. One workaround is to install a program like MacDrive, which will allow your Windows machine to read Mac-formatted drives. Clicking "reformat" will erase your iPod.

Step 2: Now open My Computer and open your iPod drive.

Step 3: Open Tools > Folder Options. Click the View tab and check "Show hidden files and folders."

Step 4: Now in your iPod folder, open iPod_Controls > Music. Highlight all of the folders and drag them into the desired folder on your hard drive. This might take a while, depending on how much music you're transferring.

Step 5: Highlight all of the folders again, right-click, and select Properties. Uncheck "Hidden." Close this window.

Once the files are copied, you've successfully transferred the music. However, you'll notice that the songs have four-letter names and are scattered among many folders. It's OK. Once you import the music into iTunes (or any other media player), the program will reinstate the titles of the songs.

Tips: You can also get Wondershare TunesGo for Windows to transfer music from iPod to Windows directly without iTunes.

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Published on April 21 2014

You’re a wretch and completely addicted to the dismally dismal economic woes of our time. Love it! You choose to bask in it, soak it in. All you choose to see are opportunities in the making. We get you. That’s why in this article we’re going to take a drive through Great Depressionville 2.0 and look at 5 types of businesses that should vanish within a year or so, thereby leaving a vacuum for opportunistic folks such as yourself to fill with better products and solutions.

#1: J.C. Penney & Ilk

Why on Earth would anyone still want to physically shop for clothes? Mark our words: Virtual fitting rooms are going to change the way we try clothes on. And what would all these retail clerks do without shirts to fold? Heaven help us. Regardless, by the end of 2014 J.C. Penney probably won’t be the only retail setup to shutter its doors. One company called Hointer has already broken the mold of how we shop.

Online consumerism is beginning to take hold… and it won’t be long before drones are delivering goods straight to your doorstep. Uh oh, when robots begin delivering everything and doing all the work in the mega-warehouses you can see from Mars, what will UPS drivers be doing? Now that’s something to think about!

#2: E-Readers?

Okay, seriously, at the end of the day there’s not a big difference between what’s called an “e-reader” and a tablet, iPad or even a smartphone. The Kindle Fire could survive and linger on, further integrating into the Amazon universe because it’s essentially a tablet, but e-readers in general are doomed. Or maybe just the name is doomed.

Like, the Nook is probably going to vanish by the end of this year because B&N just can’t compete on this level with Amazon. But these e-tailers will most likely continue to evolve ecommerce-enhanced mobile apps and gadgetry.

#3. Hollywood

Right, so this is a stretch. It might take a little bit longer to eradicate the conventional Hollywood industry from this universe, but it’s happening. When was the last time you went to a movie theater? How many movies have you watched online instead? The numbers are in and you have to make one hell of a good movie to get people to buy overpriced popcorn and look at the (really) big screen.

Then of course there’s the advancement of CGI. Pretty soon human beings will not be able to tell the difference between a real human flesh and blood actor, and a completely fabricated character. That’s the truth. And because VR headsets are so close now, people are going to be experiencing movies, not just going to watch them from a seat.

#4: DVD and Blu-Ray Disc Manufacturing

It’s already happening. Who buys music CDs or movie DVDs anymore but people trying to “collect” them? In fact, take a look at all the technology in your home and realize that it will soon be gone and replaced by more advanced technology that requires less physical resources.

Think about Google Glass-type innovations. Think about immersive TV. Think about image projection capabilities. Consider the current streaming-revolution taking place right now as you read these words.

#5: Whoever Makes Keys…

Physical keys are going to go the way of the dodo bird. Cars won’t need them anymore. Homes won’t need them anymore. Safety deposit boxes won’t require them. Soon, probably by the end of this year, new technologies will begin creeping into mainstream society that make physical keys irrelevant. They can be lost, copied or stolen. Instead it’ll be our eyes, fingertips (think iPhone 5s) or even genetic information that will lock and unlock things for us mere mortals.

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Published on April 20 2014

"How to transfer music from iTunes to Android? I just switched from my iPhone to Samsung Galaxy S3.and have carefully managed all my music in my iTunes library, unchecking the ones I don't want sync, which worked flawlessly with my iPhone.

But with my Android, I can't seem to do this. I have tried 3 different apps, and all the apps either import ALL the iTunes songs or let you select playlists. This does not work for me. I need something that will let iTunes read my android directly, so I can sync directly. Does anyone know of any apps or programs that can do this? Thanks" ------ Answers Yahoo

You can only sync iTunes with iDevice like iPhone, iPod, iPad, it is maybe impossible for you to directly transfer music from iTunes to Android. To do it, you need to get a professional iTunes to Android Transfer.

Here, you can turn to Wondershare MobileGo for Android (Windows) or MobileGo for Android (Mac) which can effortlessly import your iTunes music to Android devices and transfer Android music to iTunes as well on Windows and Mac separately.

Step by step to transfer music from iTunes to Android

Step 1: Connect Android to the computer

Download, install and run MobileGo for Android. And then, Connect your Android phone or tablet with your computer via a USB cable or via Wi-Fi.

How to transfer music from iTunes to Android on Windows and Mac

Wi-Fi is only available in Windows version. To use WiFi connection, first of all, you should download and install MobileGo APK file on your Android device. More info about downloading MobileGo APK file>>.

Step 2: Transfer music from iTunes to Android

Click “Import iTunes Playlists” at the bottom of the interface to pop up a Window. All playlists in iTunes library are checked. If you only want to import some of them, you can uncheck your unwanted playlists. And then, click “OK”.

If the formats of songs are incompatible with your Android device, this iTunes to Android transfer will remind you whether you want to convert the format of the music file to Android optimized format or not. If yes, click “Yes”.

How to transfer music from iTunes to Android on Windows and Mac

During the music transfer, keep your Android device connected with your computer all the time.

How to transfer music from iTunes to Android on Windows and Mac

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Published on April 18 2014

Apple rumors run the gamut from exacting to ridiculous, and the iPhone 6 is not immune from this trend. Recently, rumors surrounding Apple’s next iPhone include the strange – a protruding camera or an iPhone stylus – and the not so strange.

In the latter category, KGI Securities’ analyst Ming Chi-Kuo, who has a history of accurately predicting Apple products, released a note last week that speculated that the Cupertino, Calif.-based company’s next smartphone would boast a screen size of 4.7-inches, a 17.5 percent increase.

Apple iPhone 6 rumors: why a larger iPhone makes sense for customers and Apple

There is a lot of talk right now about how Apple will get there. Cult of Mac and Macrumors both spoke about how Apple could increase the screen size without forcing developers to change their apps completely.

Citing a report by reputable analyst Ming Chi Kuo that says the iPhone 6’s 4.7-inch display will boast a 1,334 x 750 pixel display, the theory is this: even though it will have a bigger screen, Apple will keep the iPhone 6’s resolution exactly the same as the iPhone 5.” – Cult of Mac

That means that all existing user interface elements, such as icons, would be the same size but would allow for more screen space.” – Macrumors

Basically, by adding more screen size, but not increasing or decreasing the pixel density, Apple can letterbox current apps on the sides until developers took advantage of the added space. This technique was used when the screen size on the iPhone 5 was increased to 4-inches, but the tops and bottoms were letterboxed.

Apple iPhone 6 rumors: why a larger iPhone makes sense for customers and Apple

But the better question is to ask why Apple is looking at increasing the size. Most likely it’s competition that is forcing Tim Cook’s hand.

Steve Jobs notoriously hated larger screens. In 2010, at the iPhone 4 press conference, Jobs joked that Apple could have made an iPhone so big “you can't get your hand around it,” but that “no one's going to buy that.”

At the time android phones like the EVO 4G, Droid X and the Galaxy S, were in the 4-inch to 5-inch range. But Apple did eventually make a 4-inch iPhone, increasing it vertically to maintain the width. They even made a commercial touting it as “common sense.”

The iPhone 6 is speculated to come in two sizes, a 4.7-inch version and a 5.5-inch version. While the latter would be an interesting move, nothing of note has substantiated the rumors yet; although Kuo included the “iPhablet” in his note with a release date sometime in the fourth quarter. However, images of potential screens, case molds, and chassis dies for the 4.7-inch version have surfaced recently, which gives some weight, albeit potentially false weight, to the rumors.

Ultimately, the increase in size most likely comes as a response to flailing market shares for the iPhone and iPad. There is a trending feeling, perhaps because of convenience, perhaps because of necessity, that since smartphones are getting even more capable, there isn’t a need to have a redundancy device like a tablet. Hence the “phablet” market.

At Macworld 2014, Ben Bajarin of Creative Strategies gave one reason why the iPhone could go into the larger size. Bajarin postulated that a larger-screened iPhone 6 might do really well in emerging markets, where consumers only have a single device. He conceded that an iPhablet may not do well domestically, as the US market seemingly lacks interest in the phablet market. But with the wide success of Samsung’s Galaxy S4 or Google’s Nexus 5, both of which have a 5-inch screen, it would be foolish for Apple to ignore that market.

Additionally, a recent poll by ChangeWave Research, pegged interest in a larger and faster iPhone at and “unprecedented level.” When ChangeWave asked more than 4,100 people, mostly in North America, about their interest in the iPhone 6, 40 percent of respondents said they are “very likely” or “somewhat likely” to buy an iPhone with a “larger screen size” and a “faster processor.”

The major concern of Apple’s foray into larger screened iPhones seems to be about their how they might be carried around. “I'm 6'3" and would be fine with a bigger phone as long as it fits my pocket well and I can use it one-handed most of the time,” stated Reddit user PairOfMonocles2, when asked about a larger iPhone. However, Wired writer Christina Bonnington noted that Apple doesn’t need a larger iPhone, stating that she needs a phone to fit into her pocket as well as her hand.

Ultimately, the size of the iPhone 6 is still all speculation. While rumors will fly in the next six months leading up to the announcement, Apple will most likely sit on any information regarding size and specs. But the concept of a one-size-fits-all iPhone seems to be weakening in favor of the multiple options Android users get.

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Published on April 16 2014

When it comes to transferring contacts from one iPhone to another, you have options. If you have purchased a new iPhone or found your contacts have been corrupted when syncing your phone, you can transfer all your contacts or specific groups of contacts using iCloud or iTunes. Neither process is lengthy or complicated. If you just want to share contacts with someone else's iPhone, such as when you are giving your contact information to friend or sharing a contact with a colleague, a third-party app like Wondershare TunesGo to transfer contacts from iPhone to iPhone in an easy way.

Using iCloud

Connect the first iPhone to a power source where it is within range of a Wi-Fi network. Backing up contacts via Wi-Fi can quickly drain the iPhone battery.

Tap the "Settings" icon on the home screen of the first iPhone. If the Contacts toggle is in the "Off" position, tap it to turn it on.

Scroll to the bottom of the page and tap "Storage and Backup." Tap the "iCloud Backup" toggle to turn it to the "On" position if it isn't on already. Tap the "Back Up Now" button.

Watch the status of the backup on the screen to see when the backup is complete.

Turn on the second iPhone. The Setup Assistant guides you through the process of configuring a new phone. Select the "Restore From iCloud Backup" option when prompted. Enter the same Apple ID and password you used on the first phone. Your contacts download to the iPhone from iCloud.

Using iTunes

Download and install the latest version of iTunes to your computer if you don't have it already (link in Resources).

Connect the first iPhone to the computer using its USB cable. Select the iPhone in the Devices section of iTunes and then click the "Info" tab.

Click the "Sync Contacts" option and select whether you want to sync all contacts with the computer or selected groups of contacts. Click the "Sync" button.

Click the "Eject" button after the sync is finished.

Turn on the second iPhone. Follow the Setup Assistant to set up a new iPhone. Disconnect the first iPhone and connect the second iPhone to the computer.

Select the iPhone in the Devices section of iTunes. Click the "Info" tab and select the same Sync Contacts options as you did with the first iPhone. Click the "Sync" button.

Click the "Eject" button and then safely disconnect the iPhone from the computer after the sync is complete.

  • Similar to the process described for iCloud, you can also back up and restore contacts in iTunes. To do this, use the Backup option in the Summary tab in iTunes to back up contacts on the first iPhone. When the Setup Assistant launches on the new iPhone, select the "Restore from iTunes Backup" option.
  • Syncing contacts with your computer using iTunes may result in duplicated contacts if those contacts are already on your computer.​

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Published on April 15 2014

"How to transfer files from iPod to iPhone? Hi, I recently got a new iPhone and I was wondering if I can back up my iPod as I've got a lot of stuff on there an restore it to my iPhone I recently got? So it's exactly the same as my iPod but just on my iPhone, thanks in Advance." ----- Answers Yahoo

If both your iPod or iPhone sync with the same iTunes on the same computer, Then, sync your iPod to ensure that all the files on the iPod is also on the computer, then when you plug in your iPhone, go to the corresponding file tab and pick the files which you want to copy to your iPhone.

However, if the iPod isn’t set up to sync with the iTunes library on the computer you’re going to be using, Then, it is maybe impossible for you to transfer files from iPod to iPhone with iTunes, Instead, you need to turn to some third-party program.

Here, you can turn to Wondershare TunesGo that can help you transfer files such as phtos, videos, music, Podcast, iTunes U, contacts and messages etc from your iPod to iPhone, and transfer files from iPod, iPhone and iPad to iTunes and PC as well.

Tips: If you are a Mac user, you can turn to TuneGo for Mac.

Step by step to transfer files from iPod to iPhone

Step 1: Connect iPod and iPhone to the computer

Connect your iPod and iPhone to the computer via USB cables at the same time. TuneGo will automatcially detect your phones, and all the data will be shown in the left panel of the interface:

How to transfer files from iPod to iPhone

If you want to transfer music from iPod to iPhone, you need to click “Media” tab under your iPod directory tree and . Click“Music” to enter the Music window. In the Music window, select the songs you need. And then, click the triangle under “Export to” to select to export to your iPhone.

How to transfer files from iPod to iPhone

As you can see, there are some other items on the top of the interface, like movies, TV shows, Podcast, iTunes U, audiobooks, if you want to transfer these files, just do as what instructed above.

To transfer photos from iPod to iPhone, just select “Photos” in the left column. In the photos window, you are able to either choose to export folders, albums created with this tool or photos to your iPhone as well.

How to transfer files from iPod to iPhone

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