Technology is evolving very fast. In just a few years, the iPhone has managed to dethrone the audio player, the GPS, the compact camera, the landline, the flashlight and even the portable game console. All these everyday objects are about to be relegated to the rank of antiquity. Apple’s iPhone has become able to replace a good dozen electronic devices by performing their routine task.
The music is also not spared by this phenomenon. Most music lovers have long put away their closet walkman, their MP3 player, and other portable players. The audio performance of the iPhone allows today to listen to good quality music for hours without having to lug around an additional device.
The rise of music streaming services has turned our way of consuming music. However, some users remain very attached to their MP3 files. And let’s not forget that these music streaming systems consume a lot of data but also battery.
Step by Step guide How to add music to iPhone
- Connect your iPhone to your PC or Mac using a USB cable
- Open iTunes on your computer
- Select your iPhone in the “Devices” list in iTunes.
- Click on the “Music” tab.
- Choose “Playlists, genres, artists and select albums.” You will see a list of all available the music in your computer’s iTunes library organized by artists, genres, albums, and playlists. A selection box will also appear next to all the music you have currently saved on the iPhone. Do not deactivate any of these boxes or erase the music you now have on the iPhone.
- Click to check the boxes to the left of all the songs, artists, genres and playlists you want to add to the iPhone.
- Click on the “Sync” button to add the new music to your iPhone. iTunes will tell you when the process is finished.