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Old 10-31-2012, 12:49 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by holymadness View Post
Just curious: how do you know how many GB are being synchronized? I have never seen that indicated anywhere.

FWIW there are three iOS devices in my household and they each take about 5 minutes to sync.
I actually don't know exactly how much is being synced. But when I connect to iTunes via the USB to computer, iTunes shows how much memory is available. I've got a 16GB iPad3, it tells me that 13.39GB are still available, therefore 16GB-13.4GB=2.6GB. I rounded the 2.6GB up to 4GB because I incorrectly did the math! I should have rounded up to 3GB. My point is that the most that could be synced is 3GB because that is all that is on that iPad3.
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