Apple iPhones have varying storage capacities ranging from 8 GB to 32 GB. As with all Apple products, the iPhone is designed for ease-of-use and storing files on an iPhone is done simply through iTunes. When an iPhone syncs with iTunes, the selected files within iTunes will be moved to the iPhone and overwrite changes in data present on the iPhone. Types of files that can be stored on an iPhone include audio, videos, photos, and applications.
Things You'll Need
- iPhone USB Cable
Plug the iPhone into the computer and open iTunes if it is not already open. If iTunes automatically starts to sync the iPhone, click the "x" button to stop the sync until you are ready.
Select the iPhone from the Devices menu when it pops up on the left side of iTunes to go to the iPhone screen, which has multiple tabs.
Select each tab and navigate the menus to tell iTunes which files you wish to store on the iPhone.
Select the Sync button in the lower right corner of iTunes to store all of the selected files within iTunes on the iPhone.
- Alex Moyher; iPhone 3G Owner; Athens, Georgia
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