What to know
- Synced content refers to the content you sync from other devices to your iPhone. This content can sync from a Mac, a PC, or wirelessly from an iPad or another iPhone if they use the same Apple ID.
- You can sync photos, videos, podcasts, files, documents, movies, TV shows, contacts, calendars, and more to your iPhone.
- You can also sync content wirelessly if the two devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network and had previously connected using a USB cable to approve the wireless connection.
Apple devices are exceptionally famous for their ecosystem. The seamless ways each device can interact with another is what makes Apple devices the go-to choice for many users. Among these seamless ways to connect are features like AirDrop, NameDrop, FaceTime, and more that allow you to connect with another Apple device using a few taps or gestures.
In addition, Apple also allows you to sync your content across various devices to access and consume it anywhere you like easily. Here’s all you need to know about synced content on your iPhone and other Apple devices.
What is Synced Content on iPhone?
Synced Content refers to the content you sync to your iPhone from another device. This can be content from a Mac, an iPad, an iPhone, or a Windows PC and can include photos, videos, podcasts, files, documents, movies, TV shows, contacts, calendars and more.
This content will occupy space on your iPhone and will be visible under the category Synced Content when viewing your storage. Depending on the content you decide to sync, this can take up significant or minimal space on your iPhone. The content you sync can include purchased or rented content depending on your devices and the restrictions placed by the provider.
What content can you sync?
You can sync all kinds of content to your iPhone, including Photos, Videos, TV shows, Movies, Podcasts, Contacts, Calendars, Files, Documents, and more. Depending on your chosen service, you can even sync paid content to your iPhone. For example, if you have an Apple TV subscription, you can sync all paid content directly to your iPhone or any other Apple device.
Additionally, you can sync it to your iPhone if you purchase or rent a movie from a service like Hulu or Prime Video on your Mac or PC. Depending on the service, the content might be available indefinitely or for a specific period if you rent it.
Which devices can you sync your content to?
You can sync content to all devices using your Apple ID, including iPhones, Macs, iPods, iPads, and more. You can also use iTunes to sync content to your iPhone from a Windows PC. This, however, will require you to sign into iTunes using your Apple ID beforehand. Initially, you must sync content using a USB cable with the concerned device, whether using a Mac or PC. However, once you’ve synced content using a USB cable, you can wirelessly sync your content across both devices as long as they are on the same Wi-Fi network.
Can you sync content wirelessly to your iPhone?
As discussed above, you can sync content wirelessly to your iPhone. However, to do so, you will first need to establish a connection between the two devices using a USB cable. This will help establish trust and grant the necessary permission to both devices. You will then have the option to enable wireless sync for both devices. Once enabled, your devices will automatically sync wirelessly to each other as long as they are on the same Wi-Fi network.
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