Manually updating songs on ipod
i Cloud covers all of the music you purchased from the i Tunes Store, but not tunes you obtained any other way.
In addition to i Cloud backup available via i Tunes, Apple offers two paid cloud-based services designed to cover the rest of your collection, augment your musical collection, and make your current songs available everywhere and at all times: Apple Music and i Tunes Match.
Say you have a new — or maybe not-so-new — i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod touch and the first thing you want to do is hear your favorite song.
You need to know how to download music on an i Phone.
A three-month free trial lets you try before you buy.
In addition to its subscription music catalog, it offers i Cloud Music Library syncing across devices, Beats 1 radio, customized playlists based on your preferences, artist exclusives, and even song lyrics.
The Family plan offers the same features except it can include up to six accounts.
The Student plan has the same benefits as the Individual plan for half the price and is available to both students and teachers.
If you have one of those, or have simply developed an aversion to cables, there’s a wireless way to get your tunes into your phone via your Wi-Fi connection. To get the latest version, tap There’s wired and wireless, but there is also a third way: The cloud.
With Apple’s i Cloud, you have the option of backing up your music in the cloud and accessing any song you want at any time.Make sure you have updated your OS to the latest version your desktop or laptop machine can run, and then download the latest version of i Tunes from the Apple website.