- 10-17-2011, 06:56 PM #2
I've started using the wireless sync. It's still in it's early rollout so it's kinda glitchy. I had it all set up and I was looking through iTunes a few minutes ago, and then the computer just lost track of the iPhone and disconnected. Now I'll reset everything and start again, which isn't that big of a deal. I like the idea of not dealing with cords as much. I'm sure the updates will make it more stable.
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- 10-17-2011, 07:14 PM #5iPhone Beginner
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Here is an article with benchmarks, but right now wired will be faster than wireless especially with massive data and the fact that iphone 4s higher n network wireless speeds.
iOS 5 Synchronization Speed Tests: Is Wi-Fi Syncing Worth It?
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- 10-18-2011, 01:18 AM #14iPhone Newbie
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And you will check the box again before an hour is up, because it will try to synch every 5 minutes.
Currently, when I get home, I put the iPad in its cradle in the bedroom and forget it. When I'm on my pc in the living room, I open iTunes and tell it to sync or transfer purchases or whatever and go back to what I was doing. Before I shut down, I close iTunes. No need to go near the iPad for any of it.