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comment How to upload videos to iPhone and iPad using any Mac or Macbook that I have?
iCloud might work but I only have 5GB space of iCloud and I don't want to pay for now... say if I want to transfer 10GB or 25GB or 28GB of video then I have to pay accordingly?
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comment How to upload videos to iPhone and iPad using any Mac or Macbook that I have?
actually, iTunes will be fine, but alternatives are ok too. I just want to transfer using my Macbook Pro instead of my Macbook Air... I think clicking "Trust this computer" won't work, as it may only allow you to tie one iPad to 1 computer
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comment How does USB-C on the new Macbook Air Retina (also called the Macbook) connect to multiple devices?
I did not downvote you, but can you put down relevant answer instead of dumping info like an encyclopedia article? Also, you wrote down "Oh I can't wait to answer all the confused people." If you pose yourself as superior, it seems like people don't like it
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comment How does USB-C on the new Macbook Air Retina (also called the Macbook) connect to multiple devices?
looks like if we need to output to HDMI, and use 2 traditional USB devices, then we need get get a $79 dongle and a USB hub. A full story at mashable.com/2015/03/11/apple-new-macbook-usb-c-adapters
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comment How does USB-C on the new Macbook Air Retina (also called the Macbook) connect to multiple devices?
and so if I get this adapter: store.apple.com/us/product/MJ1K2AM/A/… then it kind of gives what the old Macbook Air could provide, although, if the adapter has 2 USB-ports, then it will be closer to what the old Macbook Air could provide
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comment How does USB-C on the new Macbook Air Retina (also called the Macbook) connect to multiple devices?
my original intent was to occassionally connect a USB Flash drive or an external hard drive, and doing so might seem to require a USB or USB-C adaptor that has a power charging USB-C port. One of my current Macbook Airs is connected to an HDMI TV, a video capture box, and an external slim 2TB hard drive. So in that case, it seems I might need to get a USB hub with a USB-C charging port and an HDMI output port, to use what I have right now... also, maybe there will be some "docking station" that comes with this feature, but I use the Macbook Air keyboard and screen, so just a hub should do
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comment How does USB-C on the new Macbook Air Retina (also called the Macbook) connect to multiple devices?
what about multiple USB-C devices? Keep on daisy chaining? then can't the cabling be kind of messy?
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