IPhone not recognized by Windows 10 or iTunes is the issue that Windows. Corrupted or incorrectly configured iPhone USB driver on Windows 10 can result in iPhone.
I got it to work but I must say it is unstable because I have no idea what I actually did. Hid Compliant Consumer Control Device Driver Windows 10. According to Microsoft, you need to run iTunes 11 using the compatibility mode which I tried it but still did now work. Then I read another forum to disconnect the USB cable and stop 'Apple Mobile Device', plug your phone, and startup the service. It still did not work.
Pavilion G6 Drivers Windows 10 64 Bit. After trial and error, I stopped all apple services, uninstalled the unknown USB driver, ran compatibility mode, started up all services and fired up iTunes 11 without my phone plugged in. Finally, I plugged in my phone and iTunes immediately recognized it. This method was somewhat unorthodox but it worked.
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