Syncing apps to iPhone from iTunes on the mac
Hey y'all. I'm wondering if someone can help me figure out how to sync apps to my iPhone using the latest version of iTunes on. the Mac. In previous versions of iTunes, there was either an install or a remove button that would show up after the name of the app was read, but that doesn't appear to be the case now. Am I missing something? Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks. :-)
Once your phone is connected, VO over to the iPhone button and VO space on that. Once that's done, VO over to the table and interact with that. VO down to apps and stop interacting with the table. Find the scroll area, interact with that and check the box to sync all apps.
Thanks for the info Usman, but I don't want to sink all apps, I want to sink apps individually. Any idea how to do that?
first plug in the phone and then vo over to the iPhone button and then press vo space bar on it.
Next vo to the table and interact with it.
Next vo to apps and then stop interacting with the app.
Next vo over to the scroll area and interact with it.
Next vo to the apps table.
Next use the up and or down arrow keys to find the apps you want to sync and then press space on the apps you want to sync.
Then stop interacting with the scroll area when you are done.
Next vo right arrow to the apply button and then press vo space bar on it.
Your apps should start syncing.
for the above suggestion to work, I believe you have to check the "sync select apps" first which I also in the same scroll area.
Well, this has inspired me since I had no idea what I was doing wanting to sink my music, found out how, but is there a quick way to find the tracks you want, I found whilst I was in the list of artists I couldn't type the name of the artist few first letters. any tips appreciated. I have a vast library of music, and arrowing down is very slow.`