Simply because iPhones play better with MacBooks doesn't resulted in they can't work with Windows 10 laptops. Syncing your computer data requires a a bit more know-how on Windows 10 (instead of macOS' plug-and-play syncing, or how you can just drag and drop files with Android on Windows 10), but with a couple clicks along with a little patience, you'll have all the feaures up to date.
Copying to an iPhone
Syncing music, photos, movies and TV shows means getting confident with iTunes. If you're already using it, you're good to go. If you're not, you are able to download that here and import your music by visiting File > Add Folder to Library to maneuver your present music into iTunes. Once you're prepared to sync, adopt these measures.
1. Connect your iPhone for your laptop with a Lightning cable.
2. Click Continue when asked if the computer can have access towards the phone.
3. Click the phone icon in the top bar.
4. Click Sync.
This will sync the two devices. If it doesn't, visit the sidebar and let the Sync checkboxes under Music, Apps, Movies, Television shows and Photos and click on Sync again.
For the way much data you're syncing, this may take awhile. Get a drink or a snack and are available back later.
5. Look at your photos, music, apps and videos to confirm they arrived on the phone from Windows 10.
Copying From an apple iphone
This is when things get tricky. So that they can avoid piracy, syncing from an iPhone isn't as easy and sending data into it. Luckily, there are several workarounds.
Music and films: This prevents you stuck in Apple's wheelhouse. Though you can move non-iTunes media files to your phone out of your PC, you can't send them in the handset to the pc. However if you purchase media from iTunes in your iPhone, you can get it on your desktop through the cloud. So long as you maintain one Apple ID, you'll be able to download all your songs and films again from iTunes on your computer free of charge.
Photos: Import photos from an apple iphone to Windows 10.
Files: The cloud is your friend for syncing files. While I personally use Dropbox, you may also use iCloud.
It's ideal for users who like Apple's software, including Pages, Numbers and Keynote.
If you're a Dropbox user, you can use the iPhone app and desktop app to see files or photos on either device. If you're a Google user, you can use Sheets, Slides and Docs.