How to Add Custom Ringtones to an iPhone From a Mac
Creating your own iPhone ringtones isn’t as easy as it should be, but it’s still relatively straightforward. You can do it using the Music app, which replaced iTunes starting in macOS Catalina.
If you’re using a Windows PC or still rocking macOS Mojave or earlier, check out our guide to adding custom iPhone ringtones using iTunes.
What You Need to Know about Creating Ringtones
We’ll be using the Music app first introduced in macOS Catalina to create the ringtone, so the first thing to do is to make sure the song or audio clip you want to use is in your Music library. You cannot use DRM-protected files, nor can you use songs from Apple Music to create ringtones.
We’re illustrating this process with an iPhone, but this process will work the same with an iPad or iPod Touch.
You must have a DRM-free sound file that’s downloaded locally on your computer. This could be a song you’ve purchased from iTunes or an audio file you’ve downloaded elsewhere. Drag and drop the file into the Music app (or over the Music app icon in the…
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