How to Delete Duplicate iPhone Contacts Easily?
With technology these days, people are used to own two or more phone numbers at one time due to lots of reasons. So let's suppose that one of your friend have two different phones at the same time, and he or she also tell you the number of his home or working room for urgent calling. Then it is inevitable that you have saved up to 5 different numbers on your iPhone for this person. So there are maybe some duplicate contacts for the same person on your iPhone due to various reasons, how to merge these duplicate contacts into one or remove some of them?
Some iPhone users may choose to delete these duplicate contacts one by one, and type the numbers into one name manually. However, the process is a little bit time-consuming. So if you only have a few contacts need to be removed or merged, you can try the manually deletion or merger on your iPhone directly. But if there are a large amount of duplicate contacts on your iPhone, you'd better to find another way to reach you goal.
Here, we could like to strongly recommend iPhone Contacts Manager for your choice. It allows you to manage contacts on iPhone as follows:
Besides the functions as the above, this tool also allows users to merge or delete duplicate contacts on iPhone with 1 simple click. It is really time-saving, right? Now, just get this powerful program and follow the below guide to delete duplicate iPhone contacts quickly.
Few Clicks to Merge, or Delete Duplicate Contacts on iPhone 7/6S/6/5S
Step 1. Follow the prompt instructions to install and launch the iPhone contacts manager program on your computer. Then connect your iPhone to PC with USB cable. Then make your iPhone recognized as follows:
- Click "Trust" button on your iPhone and back to the computer to finish the reorganization.
- If there is no pop-up window, please click here.
When your iPhone is detected, you'll see an interface as below:
Step 2. Click "Information" on the top munu and select "Contacts" to view the detailed contacts list. Then, select all duplicate ones, and choose "Merge" or "Delete" button to combine these duplicate contacts into one or directly remove them as you like.
Step 3. Unplug your iPhone and you can open "Contacts" on your device to check the deleting results.