How to Transfer Videos/Music to iPhone 6 (Plus) from PC/Mac?

Diana Joan

Sep 16, 2014 08:43 am / Posted by Diana Joan

An iPad Air may be too big when you’re out for a walk, and a former generation of iPhone is too small to get full enjoyment. Now Apple released two brand new smartphones – iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. And the latter with 5.5-inch screen really reaches the standard of a tablet. Now you won’t feel pity because the bigger screen iPhone 6 can take you to another level of entertainment. To make your iPhone 6 (Plus) a powerful digital center, you can move media files like videos, music, and photos from your PC or Mac to it. Then how can you transfer videos and music to iPhone 6 (Plus) from PC or Mac?

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Part I. Sync videos/music from PC/Mac to iPhone 6 (Plus) with iTunes

Step 1. Connect iPhone 6 (Plus) to Mac

Connect your iPhone 6 (Plus) to Mac with the supplied USB cable, and run iTunes on your Mac.

Step 2. Add media files to iTunes library

Add media files such as videos, movies, music, photos to iTunes library by following “File” “Add File to Library.”

Step 3. Select the device iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus from the device list at the upper right corner of the screen and then choose “Library.”

Step 4. Start syncing videos and music

Drag the video and music files from the library to the iPhone 6 (Plus) icon on upper left side bar. And then iTunes will start syncing videos and music to your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus.

Part II. Transfer videos/music from PC/Mac to iPhone 6 (Plus) with Dropbox

Other than iTunes, iPhone 6 users can also choose Dropbox to transfer video files and music to their iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus from PC and Mac.

Step 1. Install Dropbox app

Download and Install Dropbox app on both of your computer and iPhone 6 (Plus). Create a Dropbox account and then you will get 2 GB for free.

Step 2. Copy videos and music to Dropbox app

Run Dropbox on your PC or Mac, and move the videos and music into the folder of this app.

Step 3. Start syncing videos/music to iPhone 6 (Plus)

Run Dropbox app on your iPhone 6 (Plus) and then you’ll get the videos and music in this app.

Part III. Stream videos/music from PC/Mac to iPhone 6 (Plus) with Air Playit

Requirements for Air Playit streaming:

Your PC/Mac is connected to a Wi-Fi router, 3G, or 4G
Install Air Playit server for PC or Mac.
Install Air Playit Client on iPhone 6 (Plus)

Step 1. Add videos and music to Air Playit server

After installing Air Playit server on PC or Mac, click “Share on Folders” tab and add the folder containing your media files such as videos and music.

Step 2. Add the server to Air Playit client

Open the installed Air Playit client on your iPhone 6 (Plus) and tap on “Add Local Server” “Select Server.”

Step 3. Play videos and music

Once synced, go to the “Video” or “Music” section under “Download Library” option and start playing video or music files on your iPhone 6 (Plus).

Part IV. Watch any video and music file on iPhone 6 (Plus)

To view any kind of video and audio file on your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus or to make special video formats like MKV, AVI, Tivo, and FLV or even Blu-ray and DVD sources playable on an iPhone 6 (Plus), you need an iPhone 6 video converter to rip the incompatible videos or audios to iPhone 6 natively supported formats.

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