How to Connect iPad to Mac?
If you just bought a new iPad, it is very important to know what is iPad and what features iPad has. The ipad features are unique, which make it a device between a smart phone and a laptop computer. The Apple ipad has built-in ipad apps which are so created that it can take full advantage of the large multi-touch screen and all the other advanced ipad features. It can also work in any orientation. But you know usually you need to connect iPad to Mac and manage iPad with iTunes on your Mac.
As a new iPad users, there is something you need to know about connecting iPad to Mac. First of all, you need to have the applicable USB connector cable. Generally speaking, the standard USB cable will work perfectly on a PC and iTunes (free) will allow you to connect iPad to your Mac. Next we will show you how to connect iPad to Mac step by step.
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Guide: How to Connect iPad to Mac
Step 1: Take out the USB cable as shown below. Plug the larger end of the USB cable into the bottom of your iPad and then plug the USB end of your cable ( the smaller end with a USB symbol on it ) into any free USB port on your Mac.
Step 2: Once you have connected your iPad to Mac, the iTunes software will automatically open. Ensure that your Mac meets the minimum system requirements for your iPad. iTunes 10 and later requires Mac OS X v10.5.8 or later.
Step 3: Set up syncing between your iPad and Mac. In iTunes select your iPad device under Devices on the left-hand side. Done!
Now you have completed the process of connecting iPad to Mac and you can manage your iPad with iTunes on your Mac, such as sync MobileMe, Contacts, Calendars, Mail Accounts, and Others. There are also Advanced options, e.g. go to each additional tab, like Apps or Music, and tell iTunes what files you would like to sync. Enjoy yourself on iPad!