Like most of hardware gadgets, iPods have a limited life-span and in some cases, they will die sooner than you expected. If you have no plan to reuse your archieved iPod or have no budget to repair a broken one, then there are many ways to do dispose of your old iPods. Putting music off your iPod is a prior task you need to deal with before any further actions.
If you replaced your iPod with an iPhone for music listening, then the best recommended method is to transfer music from your old iPod to your iPhone directly. Read on this tutorial to find an iPod to iPhone solution.
Part 1: The Tool You Need
iTunes is the default Apple device manager software on desktop, but it doesn't help to transfer music from iPod to your iPhone. To achieve the faster and most straigtforward iPod to iPhone transfer procedure, you can use SyncBird, a third party iPod Music Transfer software that's made to manage your iPod content in a better way. Here is the SyncBird VS iTunes feature comparison table.
- Flexible - Transfer music between iPods, iPhones and Macs as you wish
- No Limit -No boundary of syncing with one iTunes library
- Freedom - Selectively transfer music from one iPhone to another
- Compatibility - No file size, songs quota or DRM limits (Refer local law before using SyncBird)
- Quality - 1:1 Music Copy, no quality loss
- Fast - Taking full advantage of APFS and Lightning technology. Moving 1000 songs in 28 seconds.
- Option to choose best quality audio files in .aac lossless format.
- Automatically sync new content on your iTunes library to your iPod.
Part 2: How to Transfer Music from iPod to iPhone
To transfer music from iPod to your iPhone with SyncBird is quite easy. Follow steps below to get it done quickly. One more tip: The iPod to iPhone transfer speed varies based on the volume of your music library. On average, SyncBird copies 1000 tracks in less than 10 minutes.
Step 1: Connect both your iPod and iPhone to your computer > Open SyncBird > On the left side, click Music option in menu bar:
Step 2: Choose the music tracks you'd like to send from iPod to your iPhone:
Step 3: Click To Device and SyncBird will start loading iPod music onto your iPhone.
The Bottom Line
We understand every iPod owner, more or less, has nostalgic feeling on this adorable gadget. So we believe there are still suffice reasons to keep your iPod in use. Whatsoever, leave your comment below to let we know how do you think about the fading of iPod.