How to Copy Contacts from iPhone 7 to Outlook 2016

Another ancient but still working pretty well software that you may have heard a decade before — Outlook. Yep, Microsoft Outlook, a great Email and contact management tool that helps you organize nearly all the daily stuff in one App. Since it’s a contact management tool, some may use it to transfer contacts from Android to iPhone while some use it as a contact backup tool. However, it’s more important to get iPhone contacts exported and transfer to Outlook than how you deal with it.

iPhone Transfer provides a simple all-in-one method to copy contacts from iPhone to Outlook 2016/2013/2003, even to Outlook Express. In other words, you can sync contacts between iPhone and Outlook on your PC without network connected. All you need to do is downloading the iPhone Transfer below and have connected your iPhone to your computer.

iPhone Contact Transfer – great contact manager for all iOS devices

iPhone Transfer is compatible to iPhone 7/6/5 runs on iOS between version 10 to 6. You may also apply this handy tool on your iPad and iPod touch

Step 1 Connect iPhone to iPhone Contact Transfer
At the very beginning, connect your iPhone to the transfer tool with USB cable. Since the tool would detect your iPhone model and scan all the transferable contacts on your iPhone, you can check the them on the main interface.

iPhone Contact Transfer

Step 2 Sync iPhone contacts to Outlook
Click Information on the top bar, which will lead to contact management page where you can copy and sync contacts from iPhone to Outlook.
Select the contacts you desire to be moved, click the button “Export“. Choose “Export to Outlook“.
If you’ve logged in other online accounts like iCloud, the online contacts can be also synced to Outlook.

iPhone Contacts to Outlook

Here is all the detail for you to copy and sync contacts between iPhone 7 and Outlook app. If you use Outlook as your primary contact manager, you may also apply this guide to make contact transfer on your other iOS devices.

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