How to Verifying your iPhone Drivers


iPhone drivers when the iTunes installed in your Windows PC does not recognize your iPhone, there is a possibility that you are missing iPhone drivers files. If you are using windows and iTunes, there are two files that your computer needs so that iTunes can recognize your iPhones:

How to Verifying your iPhone Driver

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  1. iPhone driver: USBAAPL.SYS
  2. Apple Mobile Device Support should be present as a Windows Service

There is a way to verify whether these iPhone drivers have been installed on your computers. However, if you have time, try to reinstall the latest iTunes and check the minimum specification required by iTunes.

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If after re-installing it does no good, try the manual steps below to verify your iPhone drivers:

1. iPhone driver: USBAAPL.SYS.

  • Connect your iPhone to your PC.
  • On your PC, click. START > RUN.
  • Type devmgmt.msc and click OK.  The new window will display a list of the device on your PC.
  • Look down to Universal Serial Bus controllers. Click the “+” sign to expand the selection. iPhone will be listed in your PC either as Apple Mobile Device or Apple iPhone
  • Right-click Apple Mobile Device (or Apple iPhone), then,  choose Properties.  Select the Driver tab.
  • Lastly, click Driver Details to view more information about the drivers installed. You will see then what type of drivers installed on your PC.
  • If USBAAPL.SYS driver is not there just download and install it manually

2. Apple Mobile Device Support should be present as a Windows Service

  • Connect your iPhone to your PC.
  • On your PC, click. START > RUN.
  • Type services.MSC and click OK.  The new window will display a list of services running on your PC.
  • You can sort the view in by clicking the “Name” column header.
  • See if the “Apple Mobile Device Service” status is “Started.”
  • If the status is not “Started”, right-click on that row and choose Start from the small pop-up menu.
  • If the service is already installed and started, right-click on that row and choose Restart from the small pop-up menu.

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