Searching for ways to backup your iPad to macOS Sierra? Follow this guide to get some easy and useful suggestions.
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The latest macOS Sierra helps you work more conveniently and shop faster with new capabilities designed for the desktop, including smart personal assistant Siri and universal clipboard allows copying and pasting between iPhone and Mac. In addition, the built-in storage optimization feature was designed to free up storage space on a Mac. If you get an iPad, this feature will allow you to back up more iPad content to macOS Sierra without worrying about limited hard drive space on Mac.
iTunes is able to backup content on iPad to macOS Sierra and make a full backup package to your Mac. But if you want to selectively backup iPad files (like music, videos, ringtones…) to macOS Sierra, PrimoMusic is what you need. It’s capable of backing up these data by exporting to Mac.
You need to download and install iTunes to your Mac first, and then open iTunes as well as connect your iPad to Mac.
Step 1. Select your iPad when it appears in iTunes > Summary > Back Up Now.
Step 2. You can check if your backup finished successfully in top left of iTunes window by clicking iTunes > Preferences > Devices.
To selectively backup iPad files (including music, videos, TV shows, ringtones, audiobook, voice memos, audio music and etc.) to macOS Sierra, we can rely on PrimoMusic, a powerful iOS data transfer tool. It only takes a few steps to backup your iPad content (for example music) to macOS Sierra by exporting your music to Mac.
Step 1. Download and install PrimoMusic to your Mac and connect with iPad.
Step 2. Click Music > Export to Mac > choose the music you want to export > Export.
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We can draw the conclusion that PrimoMusic is one of the best choices to backup iPad data to macOS Sierra. On top of that, it also supports importing iOS data to device and adding music to iTunes. Why not download now and have a free trial?
Abby Member of @PrimoSync team, an optimistic Apple user, willing to share solutions about iOS related problems.