What happens to music on iPhone if I buy a new Mac?

Chunk-O

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Ok so i have an iPhone with all my songs and stuff on it and it is only synced with my PC at home and that pc had a hardware crash and there is like a 5% chance the data will come back so i was thinking about buying a macbook, but if i buy a macbook and plug my iPhone in will it be able to back up all my data? i.e. put all my songs that were on my iPhone on the new macbook... etc.

thanks in advance!:laugh2:
 

Dragoro

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Theres programs thatll take songs off ipods and put em on comp but they cost money. Not sure if any of them will do it on the iPhone. The normal sync should transfer your other stuff, but it wont transfer your music. Make sure you pay attention when ya sync, if ya arent careful, youll delete all the music off your iPhone.
 

acosmichippo

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yeah, if you sync normally, all of your music and videos will be erased. By the way, there's no need to post the same question in multiple forums.
 

Dragoro

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yeah, if you sync normally, all of your music and videos will be erased. By the way, there's no need to post the same question in multiple forums.

Thanks fake forum mod.
 

Montalicious

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you willl need a program google iPhone music taker offer =D