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How to Burn iPad Photos with Windows DVD Maker

We have talked about how to burn iPhone photos to DVD with Photo DVD Burner. In this article we will show another method to burn iPad photos to DVD with Windows DVD Maker which is free for Windows users. Most Windows PC has Windows DVD Maker pre-installed. There is no need to download and install

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How to Enjoy DVD on iPad without iTunes

There isn’t a DVD drive on iPad, DVD cannot be played directly on the go. This article will show you how to enjoy DVD on iPad without iTunes. The whole process is divided into two sections. The first section is converting DVD to MP4 video compatible with iPad. The second is transferring converted video to

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Transfer Photos and Videos from Windows PC to iPad

We have talked about how to transfer photos and videos from iOS devices (iPhone) to Windows PC. In this article, we will use the iPhone WiFi Transfer for Windows version, which is in conjunction with the iOS version so that photos and videos can be transferred between iOS devices and Windows PC. Check out below

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How to Connect iPhone to iPad Wirelessly

Many iPhone WiFi Transfer users ask us whether the app works or not if there is no WiFi network. We have answered such questions in the formal article in general. If your devices is iOS 5 or above, the Hotspot can plays the role of WiFi network. How much do you know about Hotspot? Or

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Transfer Photos and Videos from iPhone to iPad

Some people ask me for help: “I have an iPhone and my friend has an iPad. We would like to share some of our pictures and videos with each other. But we don’t have USB cable at hand. How can we achieve this purpose without any cable?” Traditionally, you need iTunes and USB cable to

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