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Taking Your iPod touch to the Max by Erica Sadun

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CHAPTER 3Browsing with Wi-Fi and Safari

More than any other application, the Safari web browser sets the iPod touch apart from previous iPod models. The touch is the first iPod ever with Wi-Fi capability. With it, you can connect to the Internet and view web pages directly on your iPod. Safari takes you beyond the usual iPod fare of music, videos, and podcasts into an entirely new realm of interactive experience. The entire Internet sits in your pocket.

The iPod's mobile version of Safari is a near twin to its computer-based version. Unlike most PDAs, the touch displays web pages just as their designers intended. Web sites look like web sites and not like approximations of web sites. Sure, there are still limitations. The lack of Flash support ...

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