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How to Set Up iPhone WiFi Backups on a Mac.
#1

Hey guys, last week I have purchased my iPhone 5 so I don't have no more idea that how to Set Up iPhone WiFi Backups on a Mac.

please help me!
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#2

Steps for Set Up iPhone WiFi Backups on a Mac.

1. On your Mac, open iTunes.

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi.jpeg]

2. Plug your iPhone into the computer with the USB cable. Select the iPhone in the top right.

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi1.jpeg]

3. On the next page, scroll down and check the box next to Sync with this iPhone over Wi-Fi. Then select Apply.

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi2.jpeg]

4. After this is done, Eject the iPhone by clicking to the right of the battery indicator.

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi3.jpeg]

5. Go to your iPhone and tap Settings.

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi4.jpg]

6. Tap General.

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi5.jpeg]

7. Select iTunes Wi-Fi Sync.

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi6.jpeg]

8. iTunes Wi-Fi Sync should find your iTunes library and it is now ready to sync. Plug your iPhone into the wall for power and tap Sync Now.

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi7.jpeg]

9. The iPhone will begin the backup process. It should look something like the screen below:

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi8.jpeg]

10. On the Mac, the backup will display like this:

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi9.jpeg]

It is important to note that for WiFi backups to work the Mac must be powered on and have iTunes open. After completing the above steps, iTunes will automatically run a backup when you charge your iPhone.
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#3

Steps for Set Up iPhone WiFi Backups on a Mac.

1. On your Mac, open iTunes.

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi.jpeg]

2. Plug your iPhone into the computer with the USB cable. Select the iPhone in the top right.

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi1.jpeg]

3. On the next page, scroll down and check the box next to Sync with this iPhone over Wi-Fi. Then select Apply.

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi2.jpeg]

4. After this is done, Eject the iPhone by clicking to the right of the battery indicator.

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi3.jpeg]

5. Go to your iPhone and tap Settings.

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi4.jpg]

6. Tap General.

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi5.jpeg]

7. Select iTunes Wi-Fi Sync.

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi6.jpeg]

8. iTunes Wi-Fi Sync should find your iTunes library and it is now ready to sync. Plug your iPhone into the wall for power and tap Sync Now.

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi7.jpeg]

9. The iPhone will begin the backup process. It should look something like the screen below:

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi8.jpeg]

10. On the Mac, the backup will display like this:

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi9.jpeg]

It is important to note that for WiFi backups to work the Mac must be powered on and have iTunes open. After completing the above steps, iTunes will automatically run a backup when you charge your iPhone.
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#4

Steps for Set Up iPhone WiFi Backups on a Mac.

1. On your Mac, open iTunes.

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi.jpeg]

2. Plug your iPhone into the computer with the USB cable. Select the iPhone in the top right.

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi1.jpeg]

3. On the next page, scroll down and check the box next to Sync with this iPhone over Wi-Fi. Then select Apply.

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi2.jpeg]

4. After this is done, Eject the iPhone by clicking to the right of the battery indicator.

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi3.jpeg]

5. Go to your iPhone and tap Settings.

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi4.jpg]

6. Tap General.

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi5.jpeg]

7. Select iTunes Wi-Fi Sync.

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi6.jpeg]

8. iTunes Wi-Fi Sync should find your iTunes library and it is now ready to sync. Plug your iPhone into the wall for power and tap Sync Now.

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi7.jpeg]

9. The iPhone will begin the backup process. It should look something like the screen below:

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi8.jpeg]

10. On the Mac, the backup will display like this:

[Image: iPhone%20WiFi9.jpeg]

It is important to note that for WiFi backups to work the Mac must be powered on and have iTunes open. After completing the above steps, iTunes will automatically run a backup when you charge your iPhone.
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