One of the novelties at the software level in recent weeks at Apple is precisely iTunes, and that is the Cupertino company has wanted to slightly renew the way its music manager works and mobile devices, making it lighter and more effective at the same time. However, the changes do not sit well with everyone.
For that reason we are going to give a review of how ringtones are passed directly to the iPhone from iTunes 12.7, so you can enjoy your favorite song as a ringtone without any problem. As always, quick and easy tutorial in Actualidad iPhone.
The first thing is to remind you that you are going to need the audio file in format .m4r, for this I recommend you go to the website of ZEDGE where you will find a significant number of songs of all styles, even the most popular, in the right format for your iPhone.
Transfer ringtone from iTunes 12.7 to iPhone
It has never been so easy, and the tutorial is going to seem almost bullshit. Once we have the downloaded file in format .m4r We just have to connect our iPhone via USB to the PC / Mac with iTunes open. When everything is synchronized, we will observe that a side panel opens on the left. Among many options we will see available the one of tones, and that's where we're going to click.
The tone library will open, although more than possibly it is empty. Now without disconnecting the iPhone from the cable we are going to drag the music file into that folder. We waited a few seconds and went to Settings> Sounds> Ringtone and we will see that in the upper part it appears precisely the tone that we have just introduced through iTunes. In just five minutes you will have your favorite song as a ringtone for iOS.