I allow myself to provide a shortcut that worked for me without entering Device Manager.
Go directly in
then right click on "usbaapl" or "usbaapl64" and chose install...
if your iPhone/iPad is already connected to the usb port, you'll see it appear in iTunes.
Thanks anyway davidsh_seattle, you showed the way...
It didn't work for me. Only partially. I bought Lenovo 440s and such approach worked only for 1 USB port (and only partially as it disconnects and reconnect back constantly (1 time in 1 minute)
For other two USB ports, was not resolved. For one USB port, system wrote that driver is not applicable. For other USB port nothing happened as it disconnects and reconnects each second making a lot of system noise and iphone connection sounds.
Is there are other way to solve it?