Wireless syncing


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Wireless syncing

Back with the release of iOS 5, Apple made it possible to sync your iOS device with your computer without the need to connect it via a USB cable. In order to set this up, you do have to connect your device to your computer with a USB cable at least once though. I have my iPhone connected, so I'll select it and here under the Summary tab I'll check Sync with this iPhone over Wi-Fi, and then I'll click Apply. That's it. Your phone will now sync with iTunes any time it's on same network as your computer and when it's connected to a power source, maybe while you're charging it overnight.

At this point I'll actually unplug my USB cable from my computer and notice that my iPhone still appears here in iTunes. Now officially, according to Apple, you need to plug your device into a power source in order for it to automatically sync. In my experience, you can still sync over Wi-Fi without your phone being connected to a power source, but for this example I'm ...

Wireless syncing
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Wireless syncing provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iPhone and iPod touch iOS 6 Essential Training

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Business
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iOS iPhone
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