Transferring your iPhone or iPad to a new Mac
We reveal how to move your iOS device to a new Mac without losing your data
By , 23 Feb 2012 at 11:51
Most modern peripherals work fine with a Mac - all main printer brands have up-to-date Mac drivers, for example.
But when you add a Mac to a home network, you may find that syncing an existing iPhone or iPad to it without wiping everything is difficult. But there is a way...
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