If you subscribe to Apple Music, you can turn on Sync Library to access your music library and music that you've downloaded from Apple Music on all of your devices. If you turned off Sync Library, you can turn it back on. Just follow the steps below for your device.
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This way, you can access your music, photos, and more on your devices when you aren't near your computer. If you see a message that your device is synced with another iTunes library, your device was previously connected to another computer. If you click "Erase and Sync" in that message, all content of the selected type on your device will be erased and replaced with content from this computer. When the computer and the device are on the same Wi-Fi network, the device appears in iTunes.
The iPhone can sync to only one computer at a time. If you have already synced your iPhone to a computer, you'll receive a message stating that it is synced elsewhere if you try to connect it to a different computer. Provided you use the same Apple ID on both computers to authorize content for your iPhone, you can transfer purchases from your iPhone to the new computer using automatic syncing. Another option for users that don't want to automatically sync is manual syncing. When you decide to upgrade your business's computers, you can use either type of syncing to ensure that music, videos and apps are transferred to the new computer. Open iTunes on the new computer and click on the "Store" menu. Then, select "Authorize This Computer. Enter the Apple ID and password for the account authorized for use with your iPhone. Click "Authorize. Wait for iTunes to finish syncing with your iPhone and then disconnect it from your computer.
Join , subscribers and get a daily digest of news, geek trivia, and our feature articles. Making the new computer accept your iOS device can be difficult, but certainly not impossible. Proceed with caution at all times. And even though you might not have an iPod to deal with, check out the previous part of this guide based on iPods , it has lots of stuff to refer from, and is linked several times in this post.