Chapter 7. The Communicative iPod touch

When Steve Jobs originally announced the iPhone he described it in three ways: a widescreen iPod, an Internet communications device, and a mobile phone. Remove that last description, and in many respects you have an iPod touch. It may not be able to make a phone call or receive SMS text messages, but with a Wi-Fi connection it can communicate with the outside world in impressive ways. In this chapter, I look at those ways.

Going on Safari

Your iPod touch has a real live Web browser, very much like the one on your computer. In this chapter, I show you how to use it to best advantage. Let’s go surfing!

Importing bookmarks

I know you’re eager to start surfing the Web with Safari, but ...

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