All iPods require power. Fortunately, each iPod also comes with a battery and a way of charging it (powering it), either directly from your computer or by using a cable and an AC power adapter that works [more…]
Your iPod was designed to be used with headphones. However, for room-filling sound, try connecting your iPod to a portable speaker system. The speaker systems must be self-powered or be able to work with [more…]
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…]
To access various playback functions, use the touch buttons on your iPod. The playback functions vary depending on the model of iPod that you own.
The touch buttons on iPod touch and iPhone models do these [more…]
Your iPod has a Hold switch on the top, near the headphones jack. The hold switch locks the iPod buttons, this preventing the volume from changing (and bursting your eardrums) if you accidentally brush [more…]
Your iPod (or iPhone) works best with the latest or newest software installed. iTunes tells you whether your iPod or iPhone contains the newest software. Connect the iPod or iPhone to your computer and [more…]
It’s easy to add podcasts to iTunes. You can add podcasts to your iTunes library by subscribing to them in the iTunes Store or by subscribing to them directly from Web sites that host them. Similar to [more…]