To avoid losing iPhone files, most iPhone users want to backup files to PC so they can get them back when accidentally delete some important files. For those who have Mac computer, backup iPhone to Mac must be the best way to save files for backups. As we know, iTunes is a helpful tool in backing up iPhone files. But some users though that iTunes is hard to be used. And they want to find another way to backup iPhone on Mac.
There are several ways can help you backup iPhone without iTunes, iPhone Transfer for Mac is the most convenient one. It can be used to back up music, photos, contact, text messages etc. And it supports iPhone 6s/6s Plus/6/6 Plus/5/5s/5c/4/4s, iPad Pro/mini/Air and iPod touch. You can download it by clicking the icon below and then follow the guide to find out how to backup iPhone to Mac.
Guide: How to Backup iPhone to Mac?
Connect iPhone with Mac Computer
After downloading iPhone Transfer for Mac, install and launch it on your Mac computer. Then connect your iPhone with Mac via a USB cable, the program will detect your iPhone automatically and show your iPhone on the main interface.
Preview iPhone Files
On the left side menu of the window, you can see several choices like "Media", "Playlists", "Photos" and "Books", etc. By clicking these file types, you can preview the details of all your iPhone files.
Backup iPhone to Mac
Make music an example. To back up music to Mac, you can click "Media", and then click "Music" on the top of the interface. When the music files are listed on the window, you can choose those you want to back up and then click "Export to"> "Export to Mac". Then choose a folder to save those backup music. Soon the music files will be transfer to your Mac. Other file types can be transferred to the Mac in the same way.
That’s it. iPhone Transfer for Mac can be used to deal with the problem about how to backup iPhone to Mac. This program can also be used to import files from Mac to iPhone/iPad/iPod touch. Just trust its safety in transferring music, videos, photos, contacts, text messages, E-books, etc.