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My computer is an Intel iMac4,1 - 2GHz - OSx 10.4.10

The process viewer shows a process called: "usbmuxd" running.

This process is apparently owned by "nobody" and uses 0.10% of memory.

Should I be worried?
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do you have an iPhone?
Nope.
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well, a Google search says that its something for the iPhone.

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Thanks stretch !

I should have googled it first.

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