If you’re new to iTunes, you might be wondering how to import your favorite CDs into the app. Importing CDs to iTunes is a great way to have your favorite tracks and albums on your iPhone, iPod, or iPad. In this guide, we’ll show you how to transfer your CDs to iTunes with ease.
First, open iTunes on your computer. When you open iTunes, it may take a while before it fully opens, so be patient.
Next, insert the CD you want to copy into iTunes. Most computers and laptops have a built-in CD drive, but some newer laptops don’t. If your laptop doesn’t have a CD drive, you can purchase an external USB drive.
Wait for a few seconds or up to a minute for your computer to recognize the disc. Once the CD is detected, a pop-up window will appear asking if you want to import the CD into your iTunes library.
Click “yes” to start importing the CD. You’ll see the progress at the top of the iTunes window. If you don’t want to import certain tracks, you can uncheck them.
Once the CD is imported into iTunes, you can eject the disc and insert the next CD you want to import. To eject the disc, click the “eject” button in iTunes or use the built-in eject button on your CD/DVD player.
Your imported CD will now be in your iTunes library. You can connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod to your computer and sync your devices to transfer the tracks to your device.
Importing CDs to iTunes is easy and convenient, especially if you want to have your favorite albums or tracks on your mobile device. Try it out and enjoy your music on the go!