My in-laws have just bought themselves an iPad, so it's running iOS9. Their only computer is a 2007 Mac mini running 10.6.8 (which is all they need), and so of course it won't talk to the iPad because the most recent version of iTunes they can run is too old. Officially, their mini can only be upgraded to 10.7, and they'd need to go to 10.8.5 as a minimum in order to run a version of iTunes that will be able to sync to iOS9. All they need to do is get their music collection from the mini to the iPad. Is there any third-party software that will do that? I've seen advertisements for apps like TunesOver, but no reliable reviews of how well they actually work. There is no way they're going to go to the expense of replacing the mini simply so that they can sync to the iPad. I guess that worst-case, I could copy their music library onto a USB drive, then use my own El Cap mini to sync it to their iPad, but I'd prefer a method that didn't involve having to do that.