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Originally Posted by Mikeo1938 View Post
The warning message says: "There are purchased items on the iPad that have not been transferred to your iTunes library". But which library do they mean? Do they mean the library with wooden shelves that you see on the iPad? Or do they mean one of the libraries on my MPB? (There are a couple of these "libraries" as part of OS 10.)
The libraries that you are thinking of are for the OS and your user account, and are critical to their operation. The iTunes Library isn't that at all. It's just the collection of your music, videos, apps, and books. Like a real-world library. The actual location of those files are normally in your Music folder. But don't worry about that. If you see all your iTunes purchases in the iTunes categories (top left of window), then the warning can be ignored. Apple allows you to re-download all your purchases for free in any event.


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