|Sep 17, 2010, 09:32 PM||#1|
Using an iPad as a hard drive?
So let me start this thread by saying I have OCD when it comes to data backup..
Now I purchased a 16gig wifi iPad and I use it on a daily basis as I am a pharmacist. However it cant hold everything I need, like my photos and huge music and movie collection..
So I recently added a 64gig wifi iPad which basically I loaded everything onto it and it stays at home for safe keeping.
My question here is, is that safe? Say my macbook dies, will I be able to transfer all of that to a new macbook by syncing my iPad with iTunes?
Thanks to all those who respond..
MacBook Pro, 64gig 3G ipad, 16gig wifi iPad, Droid X, iPod mini
|Sep 17, 2010, 09:35 PM||#2|
Mac Pro 6-core 3.33GHZ 24GB Ram Nvidia GTX 670
Macbook Pro 15" 2.4 Penryn Macbook Air 11" 1.6GHZ C2D
Apple Cinema Display 30", 20"
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