iTunes "Backups" question

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Kev1000000

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Jun 26, 2007
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Alright, according to iTunes, it has backed up my iPhone on the last sync. Well, I plan on replacing my iPhone tomorrow, and I cannot get my phone to sync with outlook. When I come home with the new phone, will my calendar be reloaded when i re-sync again with the new phone, even though its not synced with outlook?
 

Heckler

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I would guess that iTunes would see the new phone as a new/separate device and all syn'cing would have to be done over again and separate from the old phone. I do hope the new phone fixes your Outlook problem, but if the same problem occurrs again than I have a hard time believing the syn'cing problem is related to the phone. The iPhone does sync with Outlook, I think the odds are that a problem exits with your Outlook configuration or some other individual computer issue. Good luck!
 

Kev1000000

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I would guess that iTunes would see the new phone as a new/separate device and all syn'cing would have to be done over again and separate from the old phone. I do hope the new phone fixes your Outlook problem, but if the same problem occurrs again than I have a hard time believing the syn'cing problem is related to the phone. The iPhone does sync with Outlook, I think the odds are that a problem exits with your Outlook configuration or some other individual computer issue. Good luck!
Well, Im getting it replaced because this one has horrible battery life. After an hour of edge usage, its already at 50%.
 

Heckler

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That does sound like a problem...I am going on two days of Edge service in the Wash DC area, checking email, making a few calls and about 4 hours of ipod use and I am around half battery. I do keep my WiFi and Bluetooth off unless needed.