I know Apple are notorious for not liking people to share, preferring them to buy instead, but surely this can't extend to one household?
My wife and I both have iphones. We each have our own Apple ID on our respective handsets. She has an itunes library on her computer, and I have one on mine.
I'm now getting fed up with the two libraries situation. She might buy a song for our little one, and have it on her phone, and her itunes, but if she's out and I'd like to play him the song, obviously I don't have it. There are lots of other issues like this too.
So here's the question: can I sync 1 itunes library with two different handsets, each carrying its own Apple ID? Or will that one central iTunes library have a fit if I try and connect two differently registered iphones to it?
Failing this, could we each have the same Apple ID on oboth phones, meaning we share the same account? If this is possible, would the content bought through one of the IDs be lost on the handset if it was switched across to the other?
Apologies, I hope this makes some kind of sense. As usual, working out what Apple will and will not let you do, if more than half the battle. I just find it hard to believe my wife and I can't share content we purchase separately, in one central point. After all, if I went out and bought a DVD, everyone would be able to watch it in my house, they wouldn't have to wait for me to be in.
Thoughts and help welcome, thanks.