Once you've activated with AT&T and you've connected it to your Mac/PC with iTunes 8, you should be ready to add music, movies, pics and more.
Using iTunes with an iPhone is just like using any other iPod with iTunes. When iTunes is open and you've connected your device to your computer, you should see an icon representing your iPod/iPhone in the list display on the left. Select your iPod/iPhone by clicking on it. Then all you'll need to do is click the tabs across the top of the main iTunes window and select the options you wish to use.
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This means the device was reset to factory settings. You need to connect the device to iTunes. Go to a Mac or PC with iTunes, start iTunes and connect iPhone to the Mac/PC and follow on-screen directions. You will need to reestablish your iTunes account to the iPhone for apps and music (assuming you use iPhone for apps and music). If you have only download apps/music to iPhone and never performed a sync/backup to iTunes (really bad idea, BTW), I would suggest making an appointment at apple.com with the Genius bar at a local Apple store.
on itunes put in the cd and it will appear in it the select import music and then connect your iphone to itunes and drag the music onto it
if you don't have itunes download it for free here: http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/
I know a software Syncios is much more better than iTunes, which not only supports transferring music between PC and iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch, but also transferring other data, like photos, videos, movies, contacts, messages, podcasts, ebooks, apps, notes and bookmarks. http://www.syncios.com/pc-to-ipad-air-video-photo-transfer.html
1. Download iTunes. 2. Connect your iPhone to the computer. 3. On iTunes, you should see your iPhone listed under Devices. 4. Click on your iPhone. 5. Go to the Music, Applications, TV Shows, and all those other tabs and set your preferences. 6. Click Sync. Now you can send music from iTunes to iPhone.
You need to create a playlist for the iPhone. This isn't intuitive and I don't know why it's this way. It works great, there just isn't anything explaining what to do. This seems to snag Windows users the most. Maybe Mac users are already used to doing things this way? I don't know.
Below is a picture of my iTunes. Look down in the lower-left corner and see that my playlist is highlighted. At the very bottom-left corner you can click the plus sign to create a new playlist. Then drag all of the music you want to the playlist. Finally, in the music tab of your iPhone, make sure you click the playlist you just made to sync all music on that list to your phone.
I would also like to use the iPhone without iTunes.
iTunes is one of the worst programs i' ve ever tried. It´s slow, big and way to complex. It feels like a mac ( totally unnecessary..:-)
I tried it when i bought my iPod Shuffle. Luckily i found a little program, that could do the job without iTunes.
I want my computer to find the iPhone as an USB disk and just copy paste the music.