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Hi,

I have an iPhone 6+ and an iPhone 5.

I only have one sim (number) but I would like to be able to use different phones on different days (small phone when on the go, etc)

Is there anyway to keep them in sync (apps, contacts, etc)... or would my stuff get messed up?

Thanks in advance for your help.
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Sync is a frequent thing, and once (say Calendar) has sync'd, changing phones may cause it all to re-sync again.

Apps will also sync when you start up the phone.

So it should work but you would have to pay attention.

You will also have to Trust both phones and I have not tried that, so watch the phone ownership settings. This shows up in iTunes.
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Solution provided works for my two phones
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