Sync iPhone 8 with Outlook Without a Hassle

Sync iPhone 8 with Outlook Without a Hassle

Every new device that comes from the heart of Cupertino sets new standards in many industries. The new iPhone 8 is not an exception. With its industry-breaking design and cutting-edge hardware, the new iPhone 8 becomes one of the most desirable gifts for thousands, if not millions of people, and a perfect replacement for last year’s lineup of smartphones.
Sync Outlook Contacts, Calendars, Notes and Tasks with iPhone 8

This year’s iPhone is proven to be the fastest and most technologically advanced device on the market. Despite its tech specs and new iOS features, iPhone 8 users still have only a few options to sync with Outlook. You can sync Outlook with iPhone 8 by using iTunes or iCloud. But neither of these ways are 100% safe from data breaches, reliable, and automatic. However, if automatic and secure syncing of iPhone 8 with Outlook contacts or calendar led you to this guide, we have a solution!

AkrutoSync is an automatic, fast, and 100% secure way to sync iPhone 8 with your PC Outlook. Sync any type of Outlook data including Notes and Tasks with native iPhone 8 apps within minutes using your Wi-Fi hotspot or Internet connection. The syncing experience is straightforward and user-friendly. Forget about creating a virtual Exchange server or installing apps that don’t work. AkrutoSync provides a hassle-free syncing experience with any iOS device, including the recent iPhone 8.

Check out this video to see how easy AkrutoSync is compared to its closest competitors.

How to Sync Outlook Calendar with iPhone 8

Syncing your Outlook contacts with the contacts app of iPhone 8 is easy with AkrutoSync. To begin syncing, install AkrutoSync on your PC where Outlook is installed. In the AkrutoSync interface, click on Configure AkrutoSync and choose the type of connection you want to use: Wi-Fi or Internet. We recommend using the Wi-Fi option as it’s a bit easier to set up.

On the next screen, you’ll be asked to specify the type the device you are trying to connect with Outlook. Choose iPhone and click on Continue. This ensures you get the correct instructions for the remaining steps.

In the next step, select the Contacts folder. Ensure that your PC and iPhone are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. AkrutoSync will then guide you through creating and adding an account to your iPhone, which is necessary for data transfer. After this, all of your contacts will be synced between PC and smartphone.

Fast Syncing of iPhone 8 with Outlook Calendar Events

Syncing Outlook calendar automatically can be complicated, but not with AkrutoSync. To sync calendar events between iPhone 8 and Outlook, start AkrutoSync and go through the setting up process until you are asked to choose the type of data you want to synchronize with Outlook. Choose the proper calendar folder and follow the remaining steps illustrated in the AkrutoSync interface to create and add an Exchange account on your iPhone 8. It is a simple and straightforward process that should not take more than 3 minutes. After the setup is complete, AkrutoSync will transfer all past and current calendar events to the calendar app of your iPhone 8, and all future changes from any device will sync automatically.

Transfer and Sync Outlook Tasks with the iPhone 8 Native Tasks App

Syncing Outlook Tasks works the same as syncing calendar events or contacts. After the initial setup and adding the Exchange account ton your iPhone 8, all tasks from your desktop Outlook will be transferred to the native iPhone’s tasks app. The syncing process takes less than a minute. After this, any task added on the first device will be automatically transferred to the other. This means you don’t have to worry about partially-synced data or pressing anything each time you add another task (e.g., iTunes).

Syncing Outlook Notes with iPhone 8 Tasks

Most people don’t sync Outlook Notes with iPhone 8 on a regular basis. However, there are situations when manually transferring notes from Outlook to iPhone 8 can be time-consuming. iTunes and iCloud no longer support syncing Outlook notes because of the changed algorithms. That’s why people who need to transfer their notes to iPhone 8 struggle with this problem.

AkrutoSync is the only solution on the market that provides cloud-free, SSL-encrypted, automatic and reliable syncing for Outlook Notes with native iPhone notes app. Just go through the syncing steps described above, and illustrated in the video tutorial, and AkrutoSync will sync all of your notes across all connected devices.

FAQ

Q: I have an iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 Plus. Can I sync Outlook Notes with all three devices simultaneously?
A: Yes, you can do that. AkrutoSync supports syncing Outlook with an unlimited number of connected iOS devices.

Q: How many Outlook contacts can I sync with the iPhone 8 contacts app?
A: There are no limits on the amount of data you can sync, even during your trial period.

Q: If I change a calendar event from my iPhone 8, will the change be synced with Outlook?
A: Yes, AkrutoSync will sync even a small change in the calendar event. Your data will be up to date on all of your connected devices no matter which one you used to make changes.

Q: Can AkrutoSync sync tasks between an iPhone 8 and PC running on Windows 10?
A: Our software is compatible with all iOS devices including the latest iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X as well as with any Windows and Microsoft Outlook versions you might use.

Q: Is there a way to sync iPhone 8 with Outlook Tasks located on two different PCs?
A: You can do that by installing AkrutoSync on both PCs and syncing your iPhone 8 with each computer. But to have two PCs working with your smartphone, you will need two licenses codes.

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  • Trevor October 18, 2017 at 7:49 am

    Does AkrutoSync work with all versions of Outlook? I use an older version of Outlook, namely Outlook 2010.

    • Akruto Support October 24, 2017 at 11:04 am

      Yes, AkrutoSync works with all versions of Outlook from Outlook XP to Outlook 2016 and will support future Outlook versions, as they come out.