How to fix ‘iTunes Could Not Connect To This iPhone’ Error

Backing up, and syncing data to your iOS device from a PC or Mac is really uncomplicated, and taking a regular back-up is a great idea.

But it's not always an error free experience and the error "iTunes Could Not Connect To This iPhone" is one of the more ordinary ones to occur when you connect your iOS device to your system.

this error Keeps your phone from charging and from syncing which means no backups can be taken and no music can be synced to your device. It’s not the most satisfying of errors, but We Will Give you  a few ways to try and fix it.
Based on my experience it is more a hardware related problem than it is a software one. Luckily  the two main culprits in this case are your charging cable and your USB port, not your computer system or your device.

Check Your Charging Cable
When it comes to the charging cable, a poor quality one can lead to this error. So Make sure your charging cable is working properly and remember, just because it’s charging from a wall socket It's  Not necessary  means it will work right with your Mac or PC. Check the connector to see if anything is broken, check the length of the wire to see if anything might be uncovered and make sure you’are using either a genuine charging cable, or one that is Apple approved. 

Change USB Ports
The quick solution is to use a different USB port on your system. You might not notice if a USB port is loose if you only plug USBs into it but other devices such as  iPhone, will not be able to transfer data when connected to a loose port.

Remove The Cover
Sometimes a lousy designed cover or iPhone case can Keep the cable from being pushed in all the way. Make sure it’s all the way in, or remove the cover and then connect the Device. This May work but again this problem is going to be a Mix of a lousy designed case used with a low quality charging cable. It’s also very possible that this error will begin Happening right after you buy a new cover.

The Last Resort
Assuming that nothing From Above works, you can try two more options. Set your system (assuming it’s a laptop or notebook) on a desk, and your device next to it. Connect the two and try your very best not to move the device or let anything interrupt it. Try Not to use your phone i.e. take it in your hand, when you’re trying to get it to connect. Second, try rebooting both your PC and your iOS device.
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