How to Transfer Music from iPhone to iTunes Library on Computer

How to transfer songs from iPhone to iTunes? Here is the best iPhone to iTunes transfer tool helps you easily make it, no matter which models: iPhone XS (Max)/XR/8/X/7/6s/6/5s/SE/5/4s, on your computer.

By Stephen Wilson | Posted on: Aug. 29, 2018, Last Updated: Sep. 17, 2018
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It is not rare to spend thousands of dollars and hours building an awesome iTunes music library. However, you should realize that data in iTunes library might still be in danger as millions of computers are lost, stolen or damaged every day. If you are unlucky to have lost data in your iTunes library without any backup, then you can follow this guide to transfer music from iPhone to iTunes to restore your iTunes library on your computer.

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AnyTrans for iOS – iPhone Music Transfer

Want to transfer music from iPhone to iTunes library? This article is intended to show you two ways to transfer music from iPhone to iTunes library on computer. Keep reading on to learn more.

Way 1. Transfer Music from iPhone to iTunes (Purchased & Non-purchased Music Supported)

Note that iPhone is not a storage / backup device, and syncing iPhone with iTunes is one way access – iTunes to iPhone. So you need an iPhone to iTunes transfer software, just like AnyTrans for iOS. Comparing with the similar software, it outstands because:

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Step 1 Download AnyTrans for iOS and install it on your computer. Connect your iPhone to the computer > Choose Device Manager in the pull-down menu > Scroll the screen down to manage your iPhone content by categories.

How to Transfer Music from iPhone to iTunes with AnyTrans – Step 1

How to Transfer Music from iPhone to iTunes with AnyTrans – Step 1

Step 2 Select Audio > Click Music.

How to Transfer Music from iPhone to iTunes with AnyTrans – Step 2

How to Transfer Music from iPhone to iTunes with AnyTrans – Step 2

Step 3 Select the songs you want to transfer > Click on Send to iTunes button to get music from iPhone to iTunes Library.

How to Import Music from iPhone to iTunes on PC/Mac Computer – Step 3

How to Import Music from iPhone to iTunes on PC/Mac Computer – Step 3

If you just got a new iPhone 8 (Plus)/iPhone X, you can read this guide about How to Move Data to New iPhone 7/8/X to learn how to transfer content from old iPhone to new iPhone.

Way 2. Import Music from iPhone to iTunes (Purchased Music Only)

You can transfer your iTunes Store purchases, including from your iPhone to computer that’s authorized to play them. In this way, the non-purchased songs on your iPhone will not be imported to computer.

Step 1 Make sure the computer you’re transferring music to is authorized to play iTunes Store purchases (choose Account > Authorizations > Authorize This Computer, then click Authorize).

Step 2 Connect your iPhone to your computer via USB cable.

Step 3 Click “Transfer Purchases” in the window that appears, or choose File > Devices > Transfer Purchases From [device].

Step 4 When the process ends, click “Recently Added” in the left panel of iTunes to check the newly imported songs. If you want to save them to computer, choose the music and hit “Download”.

The Bottom Line

We believe Playlists is as important as the music itself and will benefit every music lovers, especially people who want to relieve their anxiety, sharpen memory, increase concentration, improve their mood or even relieve pain. Hopefully, this brief tutorial will guide you through transferring music from iPhone to iTunes library on your computer. If you found this solution works well, please feel free to share it or join the conversation by leaving a comment.

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Stephen Wilson

Member of @iMobie_Inc., a die-hard fan of Apple and MOBA games, is always passionate about offering and sharing solutions to any Apple related problems, as well as Android.