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Originally Posted by lrd View Post
However, I just read elsewhere that I can't sync my iPhone to a home shared library.
Question: Is that true with the current version of iTunes and iOS?
As long as you have copied across the music/video/apps required by your phone then this is fine

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PS: When I travel I don't need music on my MBP but having a movie or two would be nice...the plan is to create a separate library and just copy (import) the movies I plan to watch before I leave. When I get home, I'll just reconnect to the main library.
No need to have a separate library if you're using home sharing as that process copies the content from the 'master' library into the iTunes library on your MBP

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PPS: If I sync my iPhone to the library on my MBP, is there any advantage to turning on Homesharing on my iPhone?
Not quite sure what you mean by 'turning homesharing on my iPhone'

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