Let's Transfer iPhone X Contacts to Mac!
The Contacts feature of iPhone X/8/7/6 allows users to record and backup the contact information of family members, friends and business partners. Thus, it is common that people do not remember any phone numbers in their mind and just need to find out the needed information from Contacts. This would be convenient and helpful. However, what if your phone is damaged or stolen unexpectedly? From this perspective, it is risky if you do not copy and backup any data previously. Therefore, it is essential to transfer your iPhone X contacts to a Mac and store them.
But how to export these data to Mac? Moving them from your device to Mac computer one by one? It is one of the ways to transfer but not the best one. Here, to upload the iPhone X contacts to computer, using MobiKin Assistant for iOS (Mac version) would be an ideal way. This program is designed to help Mac OS X users to sync files like contacts, messages, music, movie, photos, iTunes U, etc. from iPhone, iPad, iPod to Mac computer easily and quickly. According to the evaluations from its users, the software is worth a shot.
How to Transfer iPhone X/8/7 Contacts to Mac?
The way to export contacts from iPhone X via the tool is easy-to-understand and easy-to-use. And you can accomplish the transferring process by few simple clicks. Now let's go straight to detailed steps.
- Link your device to Mac and run the tool
Download and install the transfer tool on the Mac and then open up it. Next you need to connect the iPhone X to Mac and the software will detect it automatically.
Notice: The latest iTunes should be installed on the computer before launching the iPhone Contacts Transfer tool.
- Preview particular contacts information
After the detection, various categories will be displayed in the left panel. Elect the "Contacts" folder and you will be able to preview all its data in thumbnails. Just go through them and make sure the files that you want to copy.
- Export and save contacts to computer
Mark all the contacts you need and then click on the "Export" button to extract all the selected contacts information from iPhone X to Mac as CSV, VCF or XML format as you like.