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How to Transfer Playlist from iTunes to iPhone?

When you listen to the same music songs saved on your iPhone for a long time, you may need to change into some fresh music to hit your feelings or lift your spirits. Now, want to import some new playlists from iTunes to iPhone? Have no idea of how to do it? Don't worry, in this passage you will get an easy way to transfer playlists from iTunes to iPhone.

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How to Transfer Playlists from iTunes to iPhone?

In response to the users of varied iTunes versions, this part offers two solutions to different iTunes versions - iTunes 11 and iTunes 12. And actually the main steps are quite similar. You just need to have a clearer look at the difference within the interfaces. Now, let's learn the ways one by one:

Case 1. Transfer Playlists from iTunes 11 to iPhone

Step 1. Open the installed iTunes on your computer and then connect your iPhone to the computer via the USB cord. When your iPhone is shown on the left-hand side of the iTunes window, you need to click your iPhone to enter the management window on the right.

Step 2. Click the tab of "Music" and choose the option of "Sync Music". Then a dialog will pop up confirming your action as pictured in the below. Choose the "Remove and Sync" option to continue.

transfer playlist from itunes to iphone

(Tips: Clicking the "Remove and Sync" option will remove the existing files from your iPhone, and therefore if you still want to treasure the old files like music songs and movies on your iPhone, you are suggested to transfer these files from your iPhone to the computer in one click!)

Step 3. Now, just choose the playlists that you want to sync to your iPhone and then scroll down to the bottom. Finally, click the option of "Apply" to start the file transfer process.

transfer playlist from itunes to iphone

Case 2. Transfer Playlists from iTunes 12 to iPhone

Firstly, open the iTunes on the computer and connect your iPhone to the computer via the USB cord. Then iTunes will automatically detect your iPhone and show a main interface on the computer. Then click the "Music" on the left panel.

Secondly, tick the "Sync Music" check-box and then check the playlists you wish to sync with iPhone.

Finally, click the option of "Sync" at the right bottom to begin transferring playlists from iTunes to iPhone.

transfer playlist from itunes to iphone

As can be seen from the main interfaces in iTunes 11 and iTunes 12, the key steps are just the same. But you need to be fully aware that some directory icons have changed. Now, you can transfer playlists from iTunes to iPhone as you needed.

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Actually, if you simply wish to listen to music on your iPhone device, you can download some powerful music apps for your iPhone, iPad and iPod, so you can enjoy the lyrical songs whenever you want and wherever you are even if no available Wi-Fi is available as long as you have get them downloaded to your iPhone. Also, you can use this iPhone/iPad/iPod to Computer Transfer or iPhone/iPad/iPod to Mac Transfer software to to freely transfer downloaded music songs from computer to your iPhone in a batches. With this software, you easily transfer hundreds of music songs from computer to your iPhone in a fast speed as long as the free space is enough in your iPhone. Moreover, you can also rely on this software to sync iPhone music songs to your computer as a backup in case of sudden data losses!

transfer playlist from itunes to iphone

Below is the free trial versions of this software! Get the right version and freely transfer music songs between your iPhone and computer! It won't let you down!

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