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Hey all, my dad has a question that he wants answered. He's running a toshiba laptop with windows 7, he has an ipod touch and he wants to get the iphone for verizon, but wants to make sure he can have two devices like that on his computer. I would imagine the answer is yes, but want to make sure before giving him a final answer.
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Yes, it will work just fine. Wife and I had up to two iPhones AND two different iPods on our computer at one time. All using the same Apple ID/iTunes account.

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thanks for that info.
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