Last Updated on Apr 29, 2020
iTunes is an only single interface for all Apple fans to move any kind of data. That’s work for all Apple devices and Your Desktop or Mac. In that, some of them facing a very serious problem like iTunes crash while open, iPhone X/ iPhone 8 (Plus)/ iPhone 7 (Plus) won’t connect or not showing up in iTunes, taking a too long time to detect in iTunes. So, millions of people are moved to third-party software or Tools, But not use all the time. You must have to fix this problem in alternate ways.
we are happy to help you, submit this Form, if your solution is not covered in this article.
Here I identify common problems and mistakes that we should repair first, then balm to apple. Otherwise, all the things are beautiful for you.
Steps for iPhone X/ iPhone 8 (Plus)/ iPhone 7 (Plus) not showing up in iTunes: After iOS 11/ iOS 12 upgrade
1st: Update iTunes: Install iTunes version should be Up to date with the latest version. Check on Mac iTunes > Check for Updates or on Windows Help > Check for Updates.
2nd: First, unlock your device screen using Touch ID or Password and Accept trust on a connected system, Tap on Accept from Verification popup on iDevice.
3rd: Check USB cable working, Connect Another device or Try with another USB lightning cable.
4th: Restart (Press and hold Sleep/ Wake button until you show apple logo) or Force Restart (Press and Hold Sleep/ Wake + Home button until you show the apple logo). iPhone 7 Plus Forceretart (Press and Hold Sleep/ Wake + Volume down button) has also been changed Mac/ PC and iDevice
To Force Reboot iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus or later –
- Press and Quickly Release Volume Up button,
- Press and Quickly Release Volume Down Button,
- Press and Hold Side Button until you see the Apple logo on Screen.
To Start the iPhone, Again press the Side button until the Startup Apple logo on the screen.
5th: Repeating the same problem in the future, again and again, contact apple support in-store.
6th: Windows PC: Check Apple mobile device Driver installed on the system. Find “Device Manager” from the Bottom box, Under Universal Serial Bus controller > Apple Mobile Device USB Driver. If you found a down arrow there, first update the mobile device Driver manually.
7th: Check USB Driver on Mac:
Go to Apple Logo on Mac, Press-Hold on Alt key from keyboard & Click on Apple Logo.
The first option in the Menu bar is “System Information…” above system preferences. Click on it.
Select “USB” from side pane, Under USB device Tree check iPhone is showing in the tree. If not then contact apple support.