Using wireless syncing


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Using wireless syncing

So far in this chapter, I've been showing you how to sync your iOS device with your computer by connecting the two of them with a USB cable. But it's also possible to sync your device with your computer wirelessly. Now in order to set this up, you do have to connect your device to your computer with a USB cable at least once. When you do that, and when it shows up here in iTunes, go ahead and select it. And then under Summary tab, scroll down, and here check Sync With This iPhone, iPod or iPad Over Wi-Fi. And then click Apply. Your phone will now sync with iTunes anytime it's on the same network as your computer and when it's connected to a power source, maybe while your charging over night.

I'm actually going to unplug the USB cable from my iPhone right now. You might have noticed that the battery icon disappeared here, indicating that I unplugged it, but the phone still appears here in iTunes. Now officially, according to Apple, you need to plug your device into a power source i...

Using wireless syncing
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Using wireless syncing provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iOS 7: iPhone and iPad Essential Training

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