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Take Control of Syncing in Tiger by Michael E. Cohen

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Chapter . Connect Your Gear

Knowing what you can sync, as described in the previous section, is not enough, of course: you have to know how to hook things up so you can sync. Whether you want to sync your Mac with an iPhone, a PDA, or another Mac, at some point you must establish some sort of connection between them—or with an intermediary that can connect to both. Fortunately, your Mac loves to make connections.

That’s not to say that all connection methods are simple matters of plug-and-play; though some are, others are more like plug-and-do-a-lot-of-other-stuff-and-then-play. And then there are some connection methods, like Bluetooth, that don’t involve any plugging at all.

In this section, you can find the connection methods you need to sync ...

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