1136 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: May 5, 2010 12:32 PM by red555
Currently Being ModeratedMay 5, 2010 12:30 PM (in response to dsstultz)My wife and I share our's and really the only way is to be sure you only put stuff on that you both want and need. For example,
1) You can have separate photo albums, but you both can see the other's.
2) Music can be divided into play lists, but again, both access.
3) Apps are for both. When 4.0 comes out later this year, you can use folders to segregate apps, but now, the best you can do is put each's apps on separate pages of the desktop. ie, common apps on the first 2 pages, your faves on the next 2, then hers on the last two. (or vice versa...)
4) Videos, etc, continue with a similar strategy.....
Not much help, but until, if ever, they have multi-user, not much else to do.
Any better approaches out there?Dell, iPad 3G, iPhone., Other OS
Currently Being ModeratedMay 5, 2010 12:34 PM (in response to dsstultz)I have definitely not tried this, but on my single-user iPad I have MobileMe and Gmail accounts set up. When I click on "add a new account", it still proposes MobileMe, Gmail, as well as Exchange, Yahoo, etc. So, perhaps you could set up paired email accounts of whatever type(s) you need, one for her and one for you.
iPhoto, iTunes, etc. are probably a lot tougher to "share", just as an iPod would be. Mother's Day is coming up, at least in the US, so...
PS: I would assume you can only sync the FrankenPad to one of the computers...Mac Mini (2009), Apple TV, iPad Wi-Fi 16GB, iPod touch / 5G Nano, Mac OS X (10.6.3)