Wireless updating and syncing


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Wireless updating and syncing

Since the birth of iOS devices, that would be the iPhone, iPod Touch and original iPad, these portable devices were portable in nearly all respects, save one, syncing and updating. When you wanted to put new content on the things, or update their software, by gum, you did it by stringing a cable between the devices in your computer, firing up iTunes and starting the process. No longer, with iOS 5 and later, you can update and sync iOS devices without the benefit of wires. Here's how. Updating an iPad wirelessly is dead simple.

With your iPad connected to a WiFi network, launch Settings, tap General, and then tap Software Update. If an update is available, just tap Update, and the update will download to your device and be installed. It's a good idea to do this with the iPad connected to a power source, as some updates are pretty big and they can drain your battery. And that's it. Of course, if no update is available and that's most of the time, this is the kind of screen you&...

Wireless updating and syncing
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Wireless updating and syncing 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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