February 21, 2016

Fix: iPhone Not Detected In iTunes In Windows 10


Step 1: Make sure that you have installed the latest version of iTunes on your Windows 10 PC.

Step 2: Connect your iPhone, iPod or iPad to your PC using the official cable, tap Trust when you see the following message on your device.

Step 3: Open Control Panel

Step 4: Devices and Printers.
Your iPhone, iPod or iPad should now appear under Unspecified section.

Step 5: Right-click on your iPhone, iPod or iPad icon and then click Properties to open iPhone, iPod or iPad Properties dialog.

Step 6: Switch to the Hardware tab. Under Device Functions section, select your iPhone, iPod or iPad, and then click Properties button to open Apple iPhone/iPod/iPad properties.

Step 7: Now, Under the General tab, click the button labelled Change settings.

Step 8: Now Switch to Driver tab and then click Update Driver button to open Update Driver Software wizard.

Step 9: Click the second option labelled Browse my computer for driver software and then navigate to C:\Program Files\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support\Drivers folder. And if you’re on Windows 10 x64, you need to browse to C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support\Drivers.

Step 10: Finally, click Next button and once the drive is updated, click Close button to close the wizard.

Open iTunes now. Your iPhone, iPad or iPod should now be detected by iTunes in Windows 10.

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