How to Use Wi-Fi Sync files to iPad 3

The new iPad is iOS 5 and if you install iTunes 10.5 or later, then you can to wirelessly transfer apps, music, books, contacts, calendars, movies, photos, everything you had to use a wired sync for. This setup process is the same on Mac OS X and Windows, and is fully compatible with both if you are syncing to the different platforms.

Set iTunes 10.5 + on your PC or Mac:
Connect the iOS device to the computer
Open iTunes and click on your the new iPad from the left side of the window
Click on the “Summary” tab in iTunes
Scroll down and click the check box next to “Sync with this iPad over Wi-Fi” (or iPhone or iPod touch)

With the iTunes side enabled, now pick up the new iPad to finish the process:

Set the new iPad:
Launch “Settings” and tap on “General”
Tap on “iTunes Wi-Fi Sync”
Select the computer you set up wi-fi syncing on in the prior iTunes step
Tap on the “Sync” button to start the wireless syncing

Using Wi-Fi Syncing with iOS 5
Once wi-fi syncing is enabled and set up properly, the iOS device will automatically sync wirelessly any time the hardware is connected to a power source, including the USB cable, speaker docks, or otherwise. This process will also backup your the iPad automatically and wirelessly. Other than that automatic process, you can also initiate manual backups and syncing from the new iPad or from iTunes on the Mac or PC:

Start a Wireless Sync from the new iPad
Tap to “Settings” > “General” > “iTunes Wi-Fi Sync” and tap on the “Sync” button

At any point you can cancel this by tapping the “Cancel Sync” button.

Start Syncing Wirelessly from iTunes on a Mac or PC
If you want to initiate a manual sync, you can continue do so by selecting that button within iTunes.

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