iPad & Snow Leopard Server

Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by King Hal, Oct 24, 2010.

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    King Hal iPad Enthusiast

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    I have an ageing Mac Mini that I'm considering replacing with the latest Mini. My question is: is it worth going for the Server version? What benefits would there be in connecting my and my wife's iPads and my and my wife's iPhones?

    I currently associate the iPads and iPhones with my Macbook Pro and this, along with the Mac Mini, back up to a Time Capsule. I use the Mac Mini as a media centre along with an Apple TV.

    Everything is working fine and the only thing that annoys me is that as the Mini only has an 80GB HD I have to have my iTunes folders on an external HD.

    Advice please. Am I wasting my money upgrading at all, really just to get a larger internal HD? If it is worth the upgrade what will I gain with the Server version?

    Thanks for any ideas.

    Hal
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    Let me put it this way: once I got my iPad, my laptop became external storage that happens to be able to run iTunes. I would wait.

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