Changing Itunes from Windows to a Mac about the Iphone

@suspenseful (40316)
Canada
June 3, 2010 4:40pm CST
I finally got an iphone. My computer is not that good, so I will have to get another one. Now the one I got is a Windows one, and I have Itunes on it, but I will be getting a Mac later on. I am the type who once she finds music I like or an audio book I like tend to keep it on permanently. the question is if I have a few tunes on my iphone using my Windows connection if I have to delete them and then reload them from my Mac once I get my Mac?
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@kar295rocks (2119)
• India
5 Jun 10
Hey suspenseful, Congrats for getting the Mac. Oh - maybe I should be wishing you luck instead of congratulating you!!? Ok. I can understand your problem. Once you get your Mac, download a software called DiskAid and then, you can transfer the songs from your iPhone to the Mac. Then, sync your music files [which you transferred] with iTunes in your Mac and there you go, you have everything. Download link to DiskAid : http://www.digidna.net/products/diskaid/download Regards
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@suspenseful (40316)
• Canada
5 Jun 10
I have not got the Mac yet, but it will be pretty soon. But I will get that software and use it. I have enough money to pay for it, but I want some more mad money in the bank account as well. And thanks for the help.
• India
5 Jun 10
No.. It is free!!! You want more money? I can help if you want.
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@suspenseful (40316)
• Canada
5 Jun 10
I am not talking about that software, but about the Mac I am buying. I just do not want to buy it and have precious little left in that account. I do want a backing behind just in case something goes wrong.
@kaylachan (4776)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
6 Jun 10
If you've already pre-loaded some music to your Iphone, then those files will be safe. However, if you're refering to your files and transfering them from computer to computer, a simple flash drive is sufficent enough to do the job. Or, you can import directly from your iphone. Just make sure you fallow the on-screen prompts carefully or you could lose the data on the phone.
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@suspenseful (40316)
• Canada
6 Jun 10
I have some music and files on my flash drive, but I was thinking of putting some of them on my Iphone as I may want to listen to music while using the Iphone as an ipod, ()I hope that I can receive calls though) if I went for a walk. I would still be able to copy from my old computer to the new computer I plan to get and most of my documents are on my flash drive.
@cyrus123 (6383)
• United States
4 Jun 10
I don't know if you will have to delete your tunes and reload them from your Mac or not. I'm still not quite that up-to-date on technology I hate to say, lol. I'm sorry I'm not much help there. I just wanted to say I'm like you when it comes to finding music I like. I like to keep it.
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