“I got a lot of music downloaded on iTunes and my friend wanted me to share them with him and put those songs to his iPhone X. How am I supposed to do that?”

Usually the songs you download from iTunes have DRM protection on them which prevents you from playing them on other devices or with other audio players other than iTunes itself. It makes sharing music with other people kind of hard. But it’s not totally impossible. And if the one you want to share music with uses an iPhone, the sharing process would be a lot easier to manage. For people who want to share their iTunes music to iPhone X or other iOS devices, here are two different approaches.

How to Stream iTunes Music to iPhone X

If you don’t mind your friend using your Apple ID on their iPhone, you can actually give them your Apple ID so that they can stream iTunes Music to iPhone X. It’s based on the premise that you’ve purchased the song on iTunes with your Apple ID. In that case an iOS device with your Apple ID would be able to redownload the song you’ve purchased on their device directly without having to pay for it again. This is, to some extent, the simplest way to transfer iTunes music to iPhone X of your friend’s.

Here’s how to stream iTunes music to iPhone X using the same Apple ID.

Step 1. Sign into iCloud with your Apple ID on your friend’s iPhone X.

Step 2. Launch the iTunes Store app from the Home screen of iPhone X.

Step 3. On the iPhone X, tap on More>Purchased>Music, and then tap Not on This iPhone.

Redownload iTunes music on iPhone

Step 4. Find the song you want to share with your friend from the music list and tap on it, and then tap the Download button to the right of the song title to download the song to the iPhone X.

Redownload iTunes music on iPhone

That’s how to sync iTunes music to iPhone X using your Apple ID. This is one convenient way to sync music to iPhone without iTunes Mac OS X users could try.

How to convert iTunes music songs to MP3 and transfer to iPhone X

If you don’t feel like sharing your Apple ID with other people just to share iTunes music to iPhone X, you can also choose to convert iTunes music songs to MP3 and transfer to iPhone X. This way you won’t have to share your Apple ID with your friend, but you are going to need a program that can help you remove DRM protection from the iTunes music and convert them to MP3.

Here’s one iTunes DRM removal tool that could help you remove DRM protection from iTunes music and convert them to MP3 with high quality: Leawo Prof. DRM. As is said before, you can use it to remove DRM from the songs you purchased or rent on iTunes and then convert them to ordinary MP3 music files. And after the conversion, you will be able to transfer the MP3 files to your friend’s iPhone X. Other than iTunes music, other media content like movies, TV shows and audiobooks can also be processed with this powerful iTunes media content DRM removal program.

   

Here’s how to remove DRM from iTunes music and transfer iTunes Music to iPhone X.

Step 1. Start the program on your PC, and then click the Add Files button to add the source iTunes music to the program. The window that follows will show you all the songs you have purchased on iTunes, Select those that you want to share to your friend’s iPhone X and then click on the Add button to add them to the program’s file list.

Add iTunes videos

Step 2. Check out the default output directory for the output file in the bottom-left hand corner. If you want to change it, just click on the “…” button to the right of the Output option box.

iTunes DRM Removal Software

Step 3. Set output parameters

In each loaded iTunes music title, click the pencil icon to call out the “Edit” window to set output MP3 file channel, sample rate, bit rate, etc. You could then click “Apply to All” button for time saving.

Set output MP3 parameters

Step 4: To start converting your iTunes music to MP3, click on the Convert button located in the bottom right corner. The progress of the conversion will be shown on the interface.

Set output directory

After converting your iTunes music to MP3, you can start to transfer music from PC to iPhone X without limitations.

Leawo Prof. DRM could help you not only convert iTunes DRM music to DRM-free MP3 files, but also convert iTunes DRM M4V video to DRM-free MP4 video, convert iTunes/Audible audiobooks to DRM-free MP3 audio files, convert eBooks from Kindle, Kobo and Adobe Digital Edition, and download and convert Spotify songs freely. It’s a comprehensive DRM removal and converter suite you could get in the market right now.

How to convert iTunes songs to MP3 with Music Recorder

We also have another wonderful tool to help you bypass the DRM protection upon iTunes music and then convert iTunes DRM music to DRM-free MP3 files. That’s Leawo Music Recorder, an easy-to-use audio recorder that could record any computer and built-in audio and then save into MP3 or WAV files as you like. Acting as a computer audio recorder, Leawo Music Recorder could record iTunes music to MP3 or WAV file so that you could freely listen to iTunes music on all devices, including Apple devices and non-Apple devices or players. Different from Leawo Prof. DRM, Leawo Music Recorder could help you automatically download and add music tags like artist, album, cover, etc.
Download and install Leawo Music Recorder on your computer. The below steps show you how to convert iTunes songs to MP3 with Music Recorder.

Step 1: Set audio source

On the main interface, click the tiny microphone icon to enter the “Audio Source” window and then choose "Record Computer Audio" option to record music from iTunes.

Set directory for recordings

Step 2: Set output directory

Under the “General” tab, set output directory in the “Output” box to save the final recordings.

Set output directory

Step 3: Set output format

Thirdly, open the "Format" tab to choose output format from MP3 audio and WAV audio. Set the audio codec, bit rate, and sample rate as you like, and then click the yellow “OK” button.

Set output format

Step 4: Start to convert iTunes M4P music

Finally click the red "Start" button before you play back iTunes music on your iTunes. This music recorder would start to record iTunes music automatically and save to MP3 file, with all music tags automatically added. When the music finishes, click the red button again to stop recording.

Start recording Spotify songs

As a comprehensive audio recorder, Leawo Music Recorder could perform as an excellent online audio recorder to help you record and download online sound with ease, as well as built-in audio recorder to record any sound out of your computer. Leawo Music Recorder for Mac could help you do so on your Mac computer.  

How to convert iTunes music to MP3 with TunesKit

TunesKit Audio Converter is another wonderful iTunes DRM removal and converter tool that could help you remove iTunes DRM and then convert iTunes DRM music to DRM-free MP3 files with ease. An all-round mighty DRM removal solution, TunesKit Audio Converter could convert DRM-protected Apple Music, iTunes M4P and audiobooks, Audible AA, AAX, as well as non-DRM audios to common MP3, AAC, M4A, M4B, WAV, FLAC for any device and player.

Start recording Spotify songs

The below guide would show you how to convert iTunes DRM music to DRM-free audio files with the help of TunesKit Audio Converter.

1. Download and install TunesKit Audio Converter on your computer. Make sure you have iTunes installed on your computer as well. Then, launch TunesKit Audio Converter.

2. Click the first “Add” button on the interface to load DRM-free audio files, or click the second “Add” button to load DRM protected iTunes music files for converting.

3. Click the edit icon in each loaded music file column to set output format and parameters. You could choose audio format from multiple options as output format, and then set codec, channel, sample rate, bit rate, etc.

4. At the bottom, set an output directory to save the output files in the “Output” box.

5. Finally, click the bottom right “Convert” button to start to convert iTunes music to DRM-free audio files.

The conversion will be finished quickly, depending on how large the source music files are and how your computer performs. After converting, you could then import the converted DRM-free audio files to your iPhone X and other devices as you like.

How to transfer converted iTunes music to iPhone X with iTransfer

You could transfer iTunes music to iPhone X with the help of iTunes. However, you need to know that iTunes would sync all iTunes files to iPhone X and erase existing music files on your iPhone X. Is there any solution that could help you transfer iTunes music files to iPhone X and other iOS devices without erasing existing files? Of course yes. Leawo iTransfer is exactly what you need. It’s a professional iOS data transfer program that could help you transfer data and files between iOS devices, iTunes and computer in simple clicks. Up to 14 types of data and files are supported.

Start recording Spotify songs

Check the below steps to learn how to transfer iTunes music to iPhone X with iTransfer.

1. Download and install Leawo iTransfer on your computer. And connect your iPhone X to computer with the USB cable.

2. Launch Leawo iTransfer.

3. On the left sidebar, open “iTunes > Library > Music” tab to choose the music files you want to transfer from iTunes to iPhone X.

4. Then click “Transfer” button at the bottom right corner.

5. On the newly popup “Transfer” window, choose your iPhone X as target in the “Transfer to list” box.

6. Then click the “Transfer Now” button.

It will transfer iTunes music to your iPhone devices shortly. You could then open the Music app on your iPhone X and listen to the transferred music freely on the go.