The best-selling, full-color QuickSteps series now covers the world's favorite MP3 player. Users will learn to get up and running with the iPod and iTunes, download and play music, use the iPod's calendar, to do list, contacts, and notes functions, edit and display photos, play games, and use the iPod as an external hard drive. More than 10 million iPods have been sold as of December 2004, and sales are rising with Apple's introduction of the new, more affordable iPod shuffle Van Buskirk's MP3 Insider column is regularly featured on the front page of MP3.com, CNET.com, ZDNET.com, and News.com, reaching millions of readers Covers all the latest models including iPod shuffle and photo iPods Describes advanced tricks including podcast subscriptions, alternative synching software, battery replacement, and supercharged accessory recommendationsThe number of songs you can fit onto an iPod depends First-Generation iPod ( a.k.a. a1Ga) on how much memory, ... Wea#39;ll cover installation later, but Capacities 5GB and 10GB before you can use your iPod, ita#39;ll need to be 100 percent ... Connect the other end of the cable to the iPodayoua#39;ll feel it snap in and see the Apple logo on the iPoda#39;s screen (unless ... Figure 1-5: The 4G iPod has a black and white.
|Title||:||iPod and iTunes QuickSteps|
|Author||:||Eliot Van Buskirk, John Alderman|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2005-11-15|