iPad Sync: How to Sync iPhone Apps to iPad
From ehow.com/, By Buckeye207
With over 140,000 apps already in existence for the iPhone and iPod Touch, many new owners of the Apple iPad slate will undoubtedly already possess a library of apps that they accumulated for use on the iPhone or the Touch. Fortunately, you can sync your apps from iPhone to iPad using iTunes. Here is the step by step guide on iPad sync:.
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Step 1. Open iTunes
If you own an iPhone or iPod Touch, chances are you already have an active iTunes account. If you don't have iTunes, you can download the latest version for free at the Apple website.
Step 2. Back up Your iPhone/iPod Touch Apps
Use a USB connecter to connect your iPhone or iPod Touch to your computer. iTunes will detect that your ipod has been connected, and will add a line called "Devices" underneath your Library and Store menus on the left hand side of iTunes. The devices column will populate and the name you have given to your phone or Touch will appear. Click on your device name to open your syncing options, and click the sync button in the lower right hand corner. This will back up all of your apps to iTunes. When the sync completes, you can detach your iphone or iPod Touch.
Step 3. Sync your iPhone/iPod Touch Apps to the iPad
Now connect the iPad to your computer. This time the iPad will show up in iTunes devices menu. Click it, and select the Applications tab. You can uncheck any applications that you do not wish to sync to your iPad. Choose the items you wish to sync, and click the sync button in the lower right hand corner. Your iPhone or iPod Touch Apps will be synced to your iPad.
Step 4. Decide How you Want to View Your Apps
Once you've synced your iPhone or iPod Touch apps to the iPad, you can choose to run them in their original size (this option will open up a screen about the size of the Touch screen within your iPad) or you can expand the app so it fits your iPad screen. Most iPhone apps were designed with the minimum screen resolution needed to run smoothly in an iPhone sized screen, so by expanding the app to fit the 9.7 inch screen of the iPad, you may find that the picture quality is sacrificed. Fortunately, developers are already working to create apps with a screen resolution that matches the iPads dimensions. For now, you'll get to choose which screen size works best for your particular apps.
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