Chapter 4. Browsing with Wi-Fi and Safari

Every iPod touch has Wi-Fi capability. With it, you can connect to the Internet and view web pages directly on your iPod.

The iPod's mobile version of Safari is a near twin to its computer-based version that runs on both Mac and Windows. The touchscreen displays web pages just as their designers intended. Web sites look like web sites and not like approximations of web sites. When it comes to browsing, there's nothing else like Safari in the handheld market.

In this chapter, you'll discover how to get the most from Safari with all its awesome full-browser powers. You'll learn how to navigate to pages, manage bookmarks, and use both portrait and landscape orientations. You'll also discover some great finger-tap ...

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