Till now, are you using lighting cable to Connect your iOS device on Mac or PC But you can do same thing wirelessly connection. Yes, you can sync iPhone to Mac or PC with iTunes over Wi-Fi network. In brief you can manage Contacts, Messages, and Songs and video from your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to Mac running on Yosemite or Mavericks or Windows PC (Windows 7 or 8). For that you have to prepare iTunes app for Wireless connection running on Mac/ PC with iDevice. Let’s start basic configuration and Setting to Sync iPhone to Mac without USB lighting Cable.
This tip is very useful for your cant sync your iPhone, iPad to iTunes using Lighting Cable after done trouble shooting steps given here by official apple.
Prerequisite: Your device (Mac or Windows) running on iTunes updated version, minimum version should be iTunes 10.6 or higher. Your iPhone, iPad and iPod running on iOS 5 or UP, and must be connected with same WiFi network.
Connect/ Access and Sync iPhone to Mac or PC on iTunes over Wi-Fi
1st, Basic iTunes settings for iPhone Connect over WiFi – Wirelessly
Step 1: First, You have to permit or set for your device in iTunes over WiFi at first time. Then you don’t repeat again in future.
Step 2: So, Connect your iOS device with iTunes using Cable.
Step 5: Made changes apply by click on Apply Button.
Now, your iPhone able to connect iTunes over Wi-Fi (Same network)
2nd, How to Connect your Phone to Mac over Wi-Fi without Cable [Steps]
Your iOS device running on iOS 8, iOS 5, iOS 6, iOS 7 then you are able to use this features. Now you don’t want to need any extra hassle.
Now from your Mac/ PC screen you have to allow for your iPhone to connect with iTunes by click on Sync Now button.
Top stop sync from iPhone to Mac click on Cancel Sync Button.
Note: Using this, iPhone Battery will drain more as compare to cable connection.
Don’t miss: Move iTunes library to an external hard drive.
Having any problem on Connect/ Sync iPhone to Mac & PC, Touch with us on discussion board. Same steps also works with iPad, iPod touch running on iOS 8, iOS 7 or iOS 5/6.