2 iPhones + one iPod all on one computer?

Huncowboy

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I was wondering how this syncing will work. I have an ipod classic and we are about to get two iPhones on a family plan. (That is whenever they decide to make more of them of course.... duh.)

Can all this be on a single computer? I would like to have all my music an each device. Is that even possible? Do we need two logins for each phone in iTunes?

Thanks!
 

itsnowornever

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I had to make a separate log in, but we have two iPhones and two ipods, plus the new shuffle on one computer.
 

Huncowboy

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Cool! Thanks for the help!

So did the separate login create another music library?
 

kisstine

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Cool! Thanks for the help!

So did the separate login create another music library?
Creating a separate login will allow you to have two separate iTunes accounts, but as long as your music is in a shared folder, both users should be able to access it. We have two iPhones, three iPods, and a shuffle divided among three users sharing a computer.
 
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Since you have to NAME each iPhone, shouldn't the same iTunes account recognize more than one iPhone? And shouldn't you able to share the price of a paid app? I can't see paying TWICE for the same paid app in one household.

I already use my iPhone 3G and iPod Nano 2G without a hitch on one iTunes account.