Want to sync iPhone contacts to outlook? Well, things are not easy when meeting such a complicated problem. But if you succeed in synchronizing iPhone contacts to Microsoft Outlook, it would be a great way to back up contacts. Seriously, why not use iPhone Transfer? Whether it’s the complete iPhone address book or specific contact, iPhone Transfer can do the synchronization excellently.
Generally speaking, iPhone Transfer is a powerful and easy-to-use iPhone program. It can not only transfer contacts between iPhone and outlook, but also sync music, videos, photos to/from computer and iDevice. Now let’s see how it works.
Download the trial version of iPhone Transfer to sync iPhone contacts to Outlook: Note: With iPhone Transfer, you can copy contacts from iPhone 5/4/4S/3GS running iOS 5 and iOS 6 to Outlook.
Tutorial: How to sync iPhone contacts to Outlook
Connect your iPhone to computer
To begin with, install iPhone Transfer on your computer and run it. Connect your iPhone to your computer via a USB cable. Once it's connected, iPhone Transfer will detect your iPhone immediately and display it in the primary window. Note: To use iPhone Transfer to copy contacts from iPhone to Outlook, you need to install iTunes on your PC first.
Export iPhone contacts to Outlook
In the left directory tree, click Contacts. In contact category, choose your iPhone memory's contacts or an account, like iCloud. This brings up the contact management window. Select your wanted contacts and click the button "Import/Export". In its drop-down list, choose "Export Selected Contacts" or "Export All Contacts". And then select "to Outlook Express" or "to Outlook 2003/2007/2010/2013".
Well done! You’ve made it. From the above steps, we can see the process is so easy even though you are a newbie. With the assistant of iPhone Transfer, you can do more than synchronizing contacts. Transfer Music, Videos, and Photos on iPhone, iPod, Pad to Mac or PC is a piece of cake by using iPhone Transfer.