Transfer Music from iPod to iPhone with iCloud
"With iCloud, the music you purchase in iTunes appears automatically on all your devices. You can also download your past iTunes purchases. Where you want, when you want." - From Apple site.
In the new iCloud specs, iCloud allows you to share the same music on multiple iOS devices, including iPod, iPhone, iPad, and so on.
Apple announces a new service, iTunes Match, which will scan your iTunes library to find any music you have that was not purchased from the iTunes store. Through that service, you will get a copy of that music in the iCloud, which you can then listen to on all your Apple devices. Here is how:
Firstly, you need do the following steps:
1) Enable "automatic downloading" on your iOS devices (Settings > Store)
2) On your Mac, choose the content to share (iTunes > Preferences > Store)
3) Manage and download past purchases and view your iCloud items:
- Mac: iTunes Store > Purchased (in the left sidebar)
- iOS devices: Music: iTunes > Purchased iBooks: iBooks > Store > Purchased Apps: App Store > Purchased (located in Updates on iPhone and iPod touch)
Then follow the steps below to transfer music from iPod to iPhone with iCloud:
Step 1: Configure your iPhone for iCloud. In the music item, this includes both the artist name at the left and then the songs by that artist at the right.
Step 2: Then the iCloud button - a small cloud with a down arrow in it - next to it will be enabled.
Step 3: If a song is available for download, Click that button to download it. If the button is grayed out and reads "Downloaded," then the song is already on the iPhone you're using.
Tip: If you wanna upload videos to iCloud from PC or Mac, you have to make sure the videos are supported by iCloud. If not, use DVD Video to iCloud Converter to convert the video to iCloud-friendly format.
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