Apple has updated a few iPhone and iPod Touch related support articles to include information regarding the iPad. These articles cover backing up and synchronizing these devices with your Mac using Apple's programs but also with Entourage. Additionally, there are a few troubleshooting articles on MMS messages and using features like VoiceOver.
How to back up iCal calendar data
This article covers the basics for backing up your iCal calendars as an archive on your computer, which can be a lifesaver if you rely on calendars and run into a problem with syncing them between your computers, mobile devices, and other programs like Entourage.
How to use your iPod to move your music to a new computer
Granted the easiest way to transfer your music libraries is through an ethernet or Firewire connection either by networking, target disk mode, or by using the Migration Assistant. However, given the size of iPod storage and that many people will have the whole libraries stored on the iPod, using it as a transfer device can be done.
iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS: Troubleshooting MMS
This article covers some resolutions to fixing problems with the inability to receive MMS messages, not being able to use your phone's camera, and warning messages being sent along with MMS messages.
How to enable Entourage syncing to iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
Many Office users have used Entourage instead of Apple's built-in Mail and iCal programs. This article discusses the process for enabling syncing of your contacts and calendar data between MobileMe, iCal, Address Book, and your various mobile devices with the latest version of Office.
iPhone 3GS, iPad, and iPod touch (3rd generation): Getting started with VoiceOver
Apple's VoiceOver feature on mobile devices is useful for relatively hands-freen usage as well as an aid for visually impaired people. This article covers how to turn it on and off on various devices, as well as what languages are supported for VoiceOver.
iTunes: Synced photos without extensions do not appear on iPhone, iPad, iPod, or Apple TV
Many applications support dynamic recognition of file types, so you do not have to supply file extensions in order for the file to be recognized and interpreted by a program. However, this can cause problems when files are transfered between devices and programs, and this article covers how to fix these issues with Apple's peripheral and mobile devices.
iTunes: Backing up, updating, and restoring your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch software
This article covers the restoration, updating, and backup process for all of Apple's mobile devices. It has been updated with iPad information but overall the process is similar for all three devices.
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