You can sync iTunes from your MacBook computer to any Apple device like iPhone, Tablet or iPod. All the music files and videos synchronized from one device in the same order to enjoy the music without missing your favorite tracks, songs or disturbing your preferred settings.
However, while sync sometimes iTunes show problem and you not able to move your music files to new device. In respect of the same we bring for you best method how to fix iTunes not sync problem on your computer or other apple devices.
If your Mac computer is not able to sync with iTunes, and iTunes button not available or you simply trying to sync and nothing is transferring to your phone or tablet then you need to authorize your computer with iTunes. Actually, Apple iTunes authorizes only few computers to access of your computer to buy music, videos and similar contents. If you not able to authorize, iTunes sync error will be appeared on your computer screen.
Sync iTunes over wireless connection is the best option, if sync is not working through USB cable. To sync over Wi-Fi network go to tap setting and then general setting to sync now. Before you run iTunes wireless sync you need to make sure that your both devices are properly connected with same wireless network. You will be not able to sync if these devices are not connected with same Wi-Fi network.
This is one of the most common mistake due to which Mac users face various problems. If your computer driver is outdated and supporting your current operating system and its software, then download the latest and update your computer. To update the driver go to device manager in your computer, and then choose portable devices as per your ease.
Sometimes rebooting of such computers helps to restore the original factory settings. iTunes not sync on computer either due to system update or iTunes update etc. Here you need to apply hard reboot by pressing and hold down power button and home button simultaneously until the device restarts. After rebooting if problem persists, iTunes sync support is open for Mac and other device users of Apple to fix such issues remotely.