Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Wireless syncing, part of iPad Tips and Tricks.
- In the previous movie, we looked at how to sync…your iPad with your computer by connecting it…with the included 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 iPad to your computer with the USB cable at least once.…When it shows up in iTunes, you can select it,…and then under summary,…scroll down to options and check…Sync with this iPad over WiFi and click apply.…And that's it.…Your iPad will now sync with iTunes any time it's on…the same network as your computer…and when it's connected to a power source.…
for example, while you're charging it overnight.…So I'm actually gonna unplug the USB cable…from my computer right now.…And notice that my iPad still appears here in iTunes.…I can browse it's contents,…I can change some of it's other settings, and so on.…Now, officially, according to Apple, you need to plug…your device into a power source in order for it to sync.…And that's true if you wanna sync it automatically.…
- Using iPad-specific gestures
- Typing tips
- Syncing media and other files
- Wireless syncing
- Receiving and organizing email
- Chatting with Messages
- Installing apps
- Browsing the web
- Connecting to an external display
- Using productivity software
- Playing audio and video files
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started with the iPad
A tour around the iPad2m 35s
2. Typing on the iPad
3. Syncing Files
4. Setting Up and Using Email and Instant Messaging
5. Working with Apps
6. Web Browsing
7. The iPad for Work
8. Managing and Playing Audio, Video, and Other Media
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