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iPhone is Not Showing Up on the PC? Fix it Now!

The iPhone not showing error on PC or iTunes can occur when you try to connect to the computer and manage photos on iPhone. As a result, you will not be able to do certain actions:

  • View photos from iPhone through Windows Explorer and edit them,
  • Sync data from iTunes to your device.

These phenomena will certainly not benefit you; therefore, you need to fix the "iPhone not showing on PC or iTunes" error as soon as possible.

Make Sure Your Data is Safe!

The first thing you need to do is find a good professional software to restore and back up your SD card. The best option for you is DiskInternals Uneraser. This program uses advanced disk scanning and finds over 95% of all lost files.

DiskInternals Uneraser can recover files in most file systems, including NTFS, exFAT, FAT 12, FAT 16, FAT 32, NTFS / HFS, etc.

This program has a user-friendly and entertaining interface with a built-in Wizard that will help you quickly and easily restore an SD card, even if this is your first time doing it. A free demo version of DiskInternals Uneraser has been developed especially for you. With it, you can make sure that it is a decent program that also quickly and correctly recovers data from a SD card, hard drive, etc.

All you need to do is download and install DiskInternals Uneraser; the program will do the rest.

Here is a quick guide to recover data from iPhone using Uneraser:

  1. 1. Download and install DiskInternals Uneraser.
  1. 2. Connect the required drive to your computer, run the program, and select the basic parameters for data search.
  1. 3. Next, scanning will start (full, fast, or reading files), which will take some time - wait until the process is complete.
  1. 4. Preview and Recovery - Free Features.
  1. 5. If you want to save recovered files from your iPhone, just buy a license and enter the license key. The program itself will ask you to choose a location to save the data (do not save the recovered documents on one hard drive).

How to Fix This Issue

First, Try these Solutions

This error does not always indicate something serious. First, try the simplest methods that won't harm your system or phone in any way.

  • Check if your iPhone is on, unlocked.
  • Also check in the settings if you have your permission to access the computer.
  • Check if the latest version of iTunes is installed on your computer.
  • Try connecting to a different USB port or use a new USB cable.
  • Try restarting your iPhone and computer.

1. Work with Drivers

If the previous solutions did not affect the situation in any way, try working with the drivers. Namely, reinstall the USB driver for the Apple mobile device.

So, if you downloaded iTunes from the Microsoft Store, do the following:

Connect your iPhone to your computer, right-click the Start button and open Device Manager.

Go to Portable Devices, right-click the Apple iPhone icon and click the button that says Update Driver.

Now you should click on "Search automatically for updated driver software."

After completing the process, go to iTunes and see if your iPhone shows up.

Your steps will be slightly different if you downloaded iTunes from Apple:

Connect the iPhone to your computer and press Windows + R. Next enter% ProgramFiles% \ Common Files \ Apple \ Mobile Support \ Drivers and press Enter. Now right-click the usbaapl64.inf or usbaapl.inf file and click Install. After the process completes, check if the "iPhone not showing up in iTunes Windows 10" problem persists on your device.

2. Use Device Manager

Check Device Manager and see if the driver is installed correctly.

Right-click the Start button and select the Device Manager line.

Next, expand Universal Serial Bus Controllers and find the Apple Mobile USB Driver section.

If this section does not contain your driver, or you see an Unknown device message, try plugging in a different USB cable or plugging your iPhone into a different computer.

If an error symbol appears next to the driver in this section, you must restart the Apple Mobile Device Service.

If you are unable to resolve the iPhone Not Displaying on PC issue, contact Apple Support for specialized assistance.

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