The iPod classic models and nano offer similar menus. Music, videos, and settings are examples of choices on the iPod classic model and nano menu.
The iPod main menu for sixth-generation iPod classic models [more…]
You can find music on your iPhone by using the Cover Flow feature. Cover Flow lets you browse through your music collection by its album artwork.
To use Cover Flow, turn your iPhone sideways [more…]
If you've got dozens (hundreds?) of pictures on your iPhone, how do you find the one you are looking for? Fortunately, the iPhone makes it pretty easy to find a photo or image. The steps described here [more…]
The iTunes App Store offers you a couple of options for exploring its content: by browsing or by using the Search field. (Just a reminder: to display the App Store, launch iTunes, click the iTunes store [more…]
The box art for a video and the cover of a book help sell the product, but cover art is particularly influential with music, and you can browse your iTunes library by cover art. [more…]
You can browse your iTunes library by artist and album. To do so, select Music in the Source pane in the Library section. The List view shows the title of each song in the Name column, the artist or band [more…]
To browse the audio books in your iTunes library, select Audiobooks in the Source pane. You can browse audio book titles and authors by using the Column Browser in List view, or you can browse cover art [more…]
You can browse your movies, videos, and TV shows in iTunes. Any movie, video, or TV show files you add to your library from sources other than the iTunes Store are classified as movies, and you can find [more…]
You can search for content within your iTunes library. You search for content by using the Search field, which is the oval field in the upper-right corner. [more…]
When you select multimedia content in the iTunes Store, you can purchase the items and download them to your computer immediately. To buy and download content, you just need to click the Buy button, regardless [more…]
After you add a few dozen songs to iTunes on your MacBook, viewing the Library can become a task. Although a master list is nice for some purposes, it becomes as cumbersome as an elephant in a subway tunnel [more…]
To browse content other than music on your iPod touch, choose a source from the source list menu, which offers these choices in its Library section: [more…]
The iTunes Store home page is loaded with specials and ads to peruse. To look at music in more depth, click the Music tab. You can also pick a music genre by clicking the down-arrow button that appears [more…]
Podcasting is a popular method, designed specifically for iPods, of publishing audio and video shows to the Internet, enabling people to subscribe to a feed and receive the shows automatically. [more…]