As long as you’re on the same network, your tunes, movies, TV shows, and tones will all be in sync, so you don’t have to waste time plugging in your stuff and missing a text, beep, Farmville asks, or wink. All Apple accessories can sync (Macbook, Airpods, Iphone, etc.): all you need is the methodology to do it simply.
How to activate Itunes Wifi Synchronization
You must first enable Wi-Fi syncing in iTunes on your computer. Before you start, make sure you have the latest version of iTunes.
Connect your iPhone or iPad to your computer via USB. Yes, for wireless syncing, you’ll need a wired connection to get started.
Launch iTuness on your computer if it doesn’t launch right away.
Click the iPhone or iPad button near the top of the screen. If you’re on a PC, you could click on the name of your iPhone or iPad in the menu on the left.
Under the options, click the box next to Sync with this (iPhone or iPad) via a Wi-Fi connection.
Click Apply near the bottom right of the window.
Safely eject your iPhone by clicking on the eject button (which looks like a triangle with a line underneath it) in the upper left part of the window.
Now you are set up for syncing via Wi-Fi. The only thing left to do is to activate the data on your iPhone or iPad.
How to sync with iTunes via a Wi-Fi connection on iPhone and iPad
Once you have data enabled in iTunes, you’re ready to tap the power switch on your iPhone or iPad.
Note: Each time you want to sync, your computer, iPhone, or iPad must be on the same Wi-Fi network.
Launch your Home screen settings.
Scroll through the list and tap iTunes Wi-Fi Sync.
Touch Sync Now.
The button will change to “Cancel Now” once you start the process, and a status will appear below it.
How to troubleshoot an iTunes Wi-Fi Sync
iTunes Wi-Fi Sync not working? Try these troubleshooting steps!
Update iTunes and iOS
If iTunes Wi-Fi Sync doesn’t work, the first thing you want to do is make sure you have the latest versions of iTunes and iOS.
Forget and join your Wi-Fi network
Try to forget and join your Wi-Fi network on your iPhone or iPad.
Launch iPhone or iPad Home screen settings.
Tap the network you are connected to.
Tap Forget this network.
Tap Wi-Fi at the top left of your screen.
Tap the network you want to join again.
Enter the password if there is one (there should be!).
You will now be reconnected to your Wi-Fi network. You may also have to forget and rejoin your network on your computer. Here’s how to do this on a Mac:
On your computer, click on the Wi-Fi icon in the top right corner of your screen. It looks like waves.
Click Network Preferences open at the bottom of the list.
Click the name of the network you’re trying to forget.
Click the minus button below the networks.
Click the Wi-Fisur icon at the top of the screen again.
Click the name of your network in the list.
Enter the password.