99% of my album artwork is not syncing after the upgrade - does anyone know of a quick and easy solution to this please? Apologies for this long winded description, but I figure if someone can help, it's best to have all the facts. So, I was able to upgrade my iPhone 4S to iOS 6 GM seemingly without issue. I also upgraded iTunes to 10.7 By the time I'd finished this & had a look around some of the new features, it was already past 2am here in the UK. Unfortunately, I didn't notice until I was about to go to sleep that 99% of my music was not on the iPhone. I have ripped (almost) my entire CD music collection into iTunes, which is almost 5000 tracks. There are a few in the library that I don't want to sync, so a long time ago I created a smart playlist called, "iPhone" with some rules which isolated the tracks I didn't want and captured the rest. It auto updates as I add new music. Anyway, I hadn't manually deselected the playlist, but when I checked this morning, sure enough it was unchecked. No problem I thought and re-synced with the playlist now checked. This brought over all of the tunes I want to sync, 4887 in total. Unfortunately, all of the album artwork is missing. It is in the iTunes library (thankfully) and strangely, when I access the music folder of my iPhone when connected to iTunes and "Get Info" on any of the tracks the artwork shows up there too. I've tried for the past 90 mins+ to search for a solution and whilst I've found others that had the issue with the move to iOS 5, I can't find any definitive solution. Can anyone help please? Cheers.