6 Replies Latest reply: Apr 10, 2011 10:15 PM by wellzi
wellzi Level 1 Level 1
Ok, so here is the deal..
I recently purchased myself a MacBook Pro, and sold my Computer which was authorised to my iPhone.
Stupidly, I did not make a copy of the iPhone back up or iTunes Library so that I could just link it to the MacBook, and iTunes would not have suspected a thing.
My problem is, I want to update the iOS from 4.2.1 to 4.3.1, and update the music library on my iPhone, but I have been putting it off for so long, as I think backing up and restoring on a new computer means losing all of my personal information.

My question, therefore, is:
*+If I connect my iPhone to a NEW computer, and hit the 'Back Up' button... what exactly is backed up?+*

(of course, I already know that I am going to lose all the pictures, music and applications.. I have copies of them, my main concern is SMS history and Contacts)

MacBook Pro 13" i7, Mac OS X (10.6.7), Boot Camp - Win7 Pro x64
Solved by wjosten on Apr 10, 2011 7:57 AM Solved
Yes, or no.
I can go to ANY computer, and the moment I press 'back up', the entirety of that > list is backed up.