Ways to Sync Contacts from iPhone to MacBook
There are a few different ways to sync contacts from your iPhone to your MacBook:
If you use iCloud to store and sync your contacts, you can access them on your MacBook by going to iCloud.com and logging in with your Apple ID. Your contacts will automatically be synced between your iPhone and your MacBook.
You can also use iTunes to sync your contacts between your iPhone and your MacBook. To do this, connect your iPhone to your MacBook using a Lightning-to-USB cable. Open iTunes and click on the device icon. Select the “Info” tab and check the box next to “Sync Contacts with.” Select “Google Contacts” or “Outlook” from the dropdown menu and click “Apply.” Your contacts will be synced to your MacBook.
Export and import
You can also export your contacts from your iPhone as a vCard file and import them into your MacBook’s address book. To do this, go to the “Contacts” app on your iPhone and tap the “Groups” button in the top left corner. Select “All iCloud” and tap “Edit” in the top right corner. Select all of your contacts and tap “Export.” Choose “vCard” as the format and email the file to yourself. Then, on your MacBook, open the email and click on the attachment to import the vCard file into the address book.
There are also several third-party apps available that can help you sync your contacts between your iPhone and your MacBook. One popular option is “My Contacts Backup,” which allows you to easily export and import your contacts via email or a cloud service.