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How to sync music from Mac to iPhone

How to sync music from Mac to iPhone

As a Mac user, chances are the songs you downloaded, ripped from CD, and got from elsewhere are stored on it. If you are wondering how to sync music from Mac to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod, here are the multiple ways to do that.

Let us start with the easiest solution, which lets you transfer all or only the selected songs and music playlists from Mac to iPhone. After that, we will look at an effortless wireless solution to sync your entire music library. And the final method involves using a reputed third-party media player app to copy songs and videos from Mac to iPhone or iPad.

Have a look at all the ways and use the one you like the most.

Hacker pattern_F_ goes hands-on with Saar Amar’s new kernel vulnerability, demos jailbreak on iOS 14.0

Security researcher Saar Amar on Monday published a proof of concept (PoC) of a kernel-level vulnerability dubbed CVE-2021-30883 that was patched by Apple’s iOS & iPadOS 15.0.2 software updates.

The write-up reignited hope that we’d see a jailbreak for recent iterations of Apple’s mobile operating systems, and perhaps unsurprisingly, some security researchers have already started going hands-on with it.

How to get iCloud on iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Windows PC

How to get iCloud on iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Windows PC

iCloud is Apple's solution to store your contacts, reminders, photos, passwords, backups, and more, and seamlessly make them available everywhere. It is built into every modern Apple device. If you have recently bought your first iPhone, iPad, or Mac, you might wonder how to get, set up, and access iCloud.

Let us begin by telling you a bit more about iCloud and its requirements. After that, we will go over the quick steps to enable and use iCloud on Apple and non-Apple platforms.

How to use your friend’s iPhone to find your lost Apple device

How to find your missing iPhone, iPad, Mac, or AirTag using the Find My app on your friend's iPhone

Find My app on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and iCloud lets you locate your missing Apple devices, things attached to AirTag, and third-party supported accessories. When you misplace one of your devices, you can use it on your other device or iCloud.com to locate it. But what happens when you own only one Apple device and, for some reason, cannot use iCloud? In these situations, here's how to find your missing, lost, or stolen device using your friend's iPhone or iPad.

So please do not panic. Meet your friend in person as you would need physical access to their iPhone. And follow the steps in this guide.