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iPad All-in-One For Dummies, 4th Edition by Nancy Muir

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Chapter 5: Setting Up iTunes to Sync and Buy Apps

In This Chapter

check.png Getting connected to the Internet

check.png Downloading iTunes and creating an account

check.png Making iPad settings in iTunes

check.png Syncing iPad to your computer

check.png Using iCloud

check.png Purchasing apps from the App Store

check.png Updating your apps

Apple made its iTunes desktop application one way for you to manage settings for how your iPad syncs with your computer so you can share information and content such as calendar events, pictures, music, movies, and contacts. Before you can use iTunes to sync from a PC, you have to download the software, and if you want to make purchases from the store, you need to open an iTunes account, both of which I cover in this chapter. You can also use the new iCloud service to store and share content online using a Wi-Fi connection. ...

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