Understanding iTunes and the iPad


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Understanding iTunes and the iPad

Although your iPad could obtain music, movies, podcasts, and apps via wireless connection, when you need to do things like sync the media from your computer's iTunes library, add books to the iBooks application, or import photos from your computer, you must use a wired USB connection to your computer. The application you use to manage the whole thing is Apple's iTunes. In this movie, will take a look at how the iPad is reflected in iTunes. We will start by plugging the iPad into your computer. Now the iPad requires a high-speed USB 2.0 connection.

So, you connect the wide end of the iPad's included data cable into the bottom of the iPad. And you attach the narrow end into your computer's USB 2.0 port. This port may or may not charge your iPad when it's awake. On older computers, the port doesn't have enough power to charge an iPad when it's awake. But it will do so when it's asleep. By default, iTunes should launch when you attach the iPad.

If it doesn'...

Understanding iTunes and the iPad
Video duration: 6m 31s 4h 17m Appropriate for all Updated Feb 21, 2013

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Understanding iTunes and the iPad provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the iPad Tips and Tricks (2010)

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