How to sync Contacts from your iPhone to your Mac?

Your contacts are some of the most valuable information on your phone. The last thing you'll want to see in your address book is to not copy someone's phone number when you need it most. Keep reading, we'll go over how to sync your contacts from your iPhone to your Mac, and also how to troubleshoot if things don't sync as they should.

Sync contacts from iPhone to Mac with iCloud

One of the easiest ways to sync contacts from your iPhone to your Mac is to use iCloud. The best part about iCloud is that it not only makes sure that all your data is correct, but it also keeps updating your address book as you add new contacts or edit existing contacts. It doesn't matter if you add the contact to your Mac or make the change on your iPhone – your address book will always be in sync.

How to sync contacts from iPhone to Mac using iCloud?

To set up iCloud syncing, you need to sign in to the same iCloud account on both your iPhone and Mac:

  • On your iPhone, go to iCloud > Settings > [your name].
  • Open People.
  • Tap Merge.
  • Then click the Apple menu in the upper-left corner on your Mac.
  • In the System Preferences >, click iCloud.
  • Turn on the switch next to People.

How do I force sync my iCloud contacts?

If your iCloud contacts aren't syncing on their own, you can try forcing them to sync:

  • On your iPhone, open the Contacts app.
  • Scroll to the top of the screen.
  • Pull down the activity gear until it takes and begins to regenerate.
If your contacts still won't sync after you try this, you can try forcing sync by exiting iCloud and signing in again. Here's how:
  • On your iPhone, go to Settings > [your name] > Sign Out.
  • Restart your phone.
  • In Settings > Passwords & Accounts > Add Account >, go to iCloud, sign in to iCloud again, and sign in again.

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