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Can I charge iPod on iMac without syncing it?


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It is a hassle for me to charge the iPod thru my sister's macbook since I am using it. So, I wonder if I could charge it through my iMac so I do not have to go to her room and back to my room to check my iPod downloads. But I do not want to sync it with my iTunes. I wonder if that'll work. Thanks!
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Ummm yea, it'll work. If you don't launch iTunes (and don't have iTunes automatically launch when your iPad is plugged in).. Yep, the USB ports still provide 5v.

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